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Issue : 8 January 2008

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  • Internationally recruited nurses: adaptation processSubscription

    Clinical20 January, 2008

    This article reports on a one-year action-based research project on the adaptation of 70 internationally recruited nurses (IRNs) from the Philippines to a hospital in Cork, Ireland

  • Improving quality of mental health care for BME clientsSubscription

    Clinical18 January, 2008

    This article shows how nursing leadership can contribute to service and practice development to improve care for clients of black and minority ethnic groups and communities through the Delivering Race Equality policy (Department of Health, 2005).

  • Nursing Times, 8-14 January 2008Subscription

    Focus11 January, 2008

  • Transgender care to improveSubscription

    Focus10 January, 2008

    The Department of Health has released new guidance on how nurses and other health professionals can better care for transgender people and their families.

  • Virtual worlds used to promote healthSubscription

    Focus10 January, 2008

    A nurse is urging colleagues to use social networking websites to deliver health-promotion messages after the success of a groundbreaking online seminar.

  • Research: Internationally recruited nurses - adaptation processSubscription

    Focus10 January, 2008

    This article reports on a one-year action-based research project on the adaptation of 70 internationally recruited nurses (IRNs) from the Philippines to a hospital in Cork, Ireland

  • Development: Improving quality of mental health care for BME clientsSubscription

    Focus10 January, 2008

    This article shows how nursing leadership can contribute to service and practice development to improve care for clients of black and minority ethnic groups and communities through the Delivering Race Equality policy (Department of Health, 2005)

  • Local assessment for patients having a pancreas transplantSubscription

    Focus10 January, 2008

    A team in Oxford improved patients’ access to life-saving surgery by setting up pancreas transplant assessment clinics throughout the south of England

  • Caring for bereaved people 2: Nursing managementSubscription

    Clinical10 January, 2008

    With over half a million deaths occurring in the UK each year, it is inevitable that all professionals working in healthcare will at some time care for those who are bereaved.

  • First aid part 3 – first aid treatment of eye injuriesSubscription

    Focus10 January, 2008

    Eye injuries are irritating and painful, and some have the potential to be very serious. Even a superficial graze to the cornea can lead to scarring, resulting in permanent damage and deterioration in vision. Prompt first-aid treatment can be helpful.

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