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How to prevent the spread of norovirusSubscription
Norovirus gastroenteritis, although not a serious illness in itself, can have a severe impact in care settings
Improving the energy efficiency of houses may reduce winter deaths. A trust developed an algorithm to assess eligibility for winter warmth initiatives
Child weighing guidance published by RCNSubscription
Guidance for nurses who weigh infants, children and young people in acute healthcare settings has been published by the Royal College of Nursing.
Starting toilet training later in children with learnng disabilities can result in obstacles. A five step approch was developed to achieve bladder and bowel control
Nocturnal enuresis can have a severe impact on quality of life. A member of the NICE guideline development group outlines the latest advice on treatments
Safer medicines month was launched to alert nurses to essential aspects of medicines administration policy. This article discusses the campaign’s impact
Hyperparathyroidism is often seen as a silent disease. Nurses need to be able to link pathophysiology to nursing practice to provide safe and effective care
How to manage transient loss of consciousness in adults and young people aged 16 and overSubscription
NICE has issued evidence based guidance on the assessment, diagnosis and specialist referral of adults and young people who have experienced blackouts
Hypertension is the most frequent complication of pregnancy. NICE guidance advises how to care for women who have, or are at risk of developing, the condition
Enhancing nurses’ roles to improve quality and efficiency of non-medical cardiac stress testsSubscription
Nurses and other non-medical staff have reduced a 42 week waiting time for myocardial perfusion imaging to just two weeks. The trust reveals how