Issue : 23 February 2009
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Psychiatric Nursing (seventh edition) Subscription
‘This book would be useful for trainee nurses and nurses seeking to practice in the US.’
In Search of the Perfect Health SystemSubscription
’A book for all nurses by a man for all seasons’
Pain Management in Nursing PracticeSubscription
‘The fourteen chapters offer an overview of everything a nurse needs to know regarding pain and there is some cogent and perceptive analysis of the many complex issues in this area.’
The first Macmillan Information Centre in Wales has been officially opened at Maelor Hospital in Wrexham.
An experimental drug has been shown in trials to benefit the lifestyle of patients with MS, according to US researchers.
Teenage pregnancy rates across England and Wales have risen slightly for the time in six years, figures from the Office of National Statistics show.
Nurses at St Georges hospital, London have won a £5,000 bursary to study the use of accessory products in stoma care.
Association for Continence Advice is inviting entries for the newly re-launched Dorothy Mandelstam award
Continence expert and Nursing Times blogger Frank Booth on the recession and what it means for continence nurse specialists.
'No evidence' brain games help memorySubscription
A team of the UK's leading scientists says there is no evidence to back up claims that brain training games such as the Nintendo DS significantly boost memory.