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Issue : 24 June 2008

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  • Post-Micturition Dribble: Aetiology and TreatmentSubscription

    Clinical25 March, 2009

    Grace Dorey describes the symptom, prevalence and aetiology of post-micturition dribble in men and explores the literature in order to give guidance on assessment and treatment options.

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    Urinary incontinence in Muslim womenSubscription

    Clinical24 June, 2008

    This article describes the results of a qualitative study that explores how religion and culture influence Muslim women’s decisions to seek healthcare for urinary incontinence.

  • SHAs guarantee funding protection, plus individual SHA responsesSubscription

    Clinical24 June, 2008

    Seven of England's 10 strategic health authorities have committed to spending their entire staff training budget on training. NT wrote to SHAs as part of its Time Out For Training campaign, calling on them to ringfence the nursing element of the Multi-Professional Education and Training budget.

  • How to cut clostrum difficile infectionSubscription

    Clinical24 June, 2008

    AUTHOR Rifat Soyfoo, MSc, is scientist; Karen Shaw, BHSc, MPH, is nurse epidemiologist; both at the Health Protection Agency, London.ABSTRACT Soyfoo, R., Shaw, K. (2008) How to cut Clostridium difficile infection. Nursing Times; 104, 25, 42–44.This article provides an update on Clostridium difficile and highlights the appropriate infection-control measures that need to be in place to reduce the infection.

  • Focus: Digital removal of faeces by acute sector nursesSubscription

    Clinical24 June, 2008

    AUTHOR Gaye Kyle, MA, BA, RGN, is senior lecturer, Thames Valley University, Slough.ABSTRACT Kyle, G. (2008) Digital removal of faeces by acute sector nurses. Nursing Times; 104: 25 , 40.Gaye Kyle argues that nurses in the acute sector need education about the procedure for the manual removal of faeces.

  • Infection prevention is a priority for all nursesSubscription

    Clinical24 June, 2008

    Eileen Shepherd, editor, Continence Journal

  • Are we failing overseas nurses?Subscription

    Analysis24 June, 2008

    The lure of working in the UK has led to some overseas nurses becoming exploited by rogue international recruitment agencies. Jennifer Taylor investigates

  • Directors of nursing uncoveredSubscription

    Analysis23 June, 2008

    An NT survey reveals that many nurses haven’t even met their director of nursing. Clare Lomas finds out more

  • Cancer deaths higher in the northSubscription

    News23 June, 2008

    People living in the north of England are significantly more likely to die from cancer than those in the rest of the country, suggests a report published last week.

  • Nurse clinics benefit radiotherapy patientsSubscription

    News23 June, 2008

    Patients with cancer benefit more from regular nurse-led radiotherapy reviews than from those by consultants, according to a UK study supporting the role of specialist nurses.

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