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Issue : 17 November 2009

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  • Pacing can help clients with CFS/ME to gain more control over their condition

    Using a DVD to help people with chronic fatigue syndrome learn the technique of pacingSubscription

    Clinical13 November, 2009

    A DVD and booklet were developed to help people with chronic fatigue syndrome to achieve a balance between rest and activity through pacing

  • The RCN should reconsider its position on assisted suicide

    There is no middle ground regarding assisted suicideSubscription

    Clinical13 November, 2009

    The Royal College of Nursing’s neutrality on assisted suicide implies nurses have no good reason to take sides - but ‘the voice of nursing’ must make a choice, argues Paul Wainwright

  • Advances in genetics/genomics are beginning to permeate clinical practice across the NHS

    Understanding the role of genetics and genomics in health 1: background  Subscription

    Clinical13 November, 2009

    Adavances in research have created a knowledge revolution, which is helping our understanding of the effect of genetics and genomics on health and disease

  • Ros Moore is director of nursing at NHS Connecting for Health

    Technology can back up big ideas and bold actionSubscription

    Opinion11 November, 2009

    Ros Moore on why we must harness technology effectively to achieve improvements in quality and efficiency

  • Nursing Times columnist Mark Radcliffe

    We should not see support workers as our enemySubscription

    Opinion11 November, 2009

    There are, among healthcare workers, a series of popular responses to an economic downturn. Some move to Spain and try to open up a vegetarian restaurant, yoga retreat or drive one of those speedboats that drag inflatable bananas around the bay throwing screaming kids into the sea. A few hunker down and prepare to see out the storm - they have mortgages or children and are rubbish at yoga. One or two get angry with politicians and managers and try to campaign to defend services. But ...

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