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Category list : Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists

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  • Spirometry/COPD

    New register for nurses who carry out spirometrySubscription

    News5 October, 2016

    Primary care nurses will be able to prove their ability to perform spirometry, under a new certification and registration scheme set to be brought in over the next five years.

  • lungs_xray.jpg

    NHS efforts to tackle lung disease 'lagging behind' Subscription

    News27 May, 2016

    Efforts by the NHS and other public health bodies to tackle lung disease are lagging well behind efforts in other disease areas, even though it is one of UK’s “big three” killers, according to a report.

  • National review of asthma deaths: implications

    National Review of Asthma Deaths: implicationsSubscription

    Clinical6 May, 2014

    A new report is calling for every nurse to recognise the signs of asthma deterioration to reduce the number of fatal attacks in the UK

  • Man with nasal cannular

    When should a nasal cannula be used to deliver oxygen?Subscription

    Clinical7 January, 2011

    Nasal cannulas are used to deliver oxygen when a low flow, low or medium concentration is required, and the patient is in a stable state.

  • Profile in shadow of person with an inhaler

    Should a nebuliser be used routinely to treat an asthma attack?Subscription

    Clinical7 January, 2011

    Nebulised bronchodilator therapy is no longer recommended for most people with asthma (BTS and Scottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network, 2009).

  • ARNS

    ARNS announces annual conference datesSubscription

    News26 December, 2010

    The Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (ARNS) is to hold its 2011 annual conference on 6 and 7 May.

  • Pencil and sharpener

    ARNS calls for poster submissionsSubscription

    News30 November, 2010

    The Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (ARNS) is calling for abstract submissions for poster presentations to be made as part of its annual conference next year.

  • A round up of the Association of Respiratory Nurses annual conference, plus presentations from the conference.

    ARNS conference round upSubscription

    News15 July, 2010

    A round up of the Association of Respiratory Nurses annual conference, plus presentations from the conference.

  • The Association of Respiratory Nurses has awarded £2000 in bursaries to respiratory nurses to pay for academic courses.

    ARNS announces bursariesSubscription

    News15 July, 2010

    The Association of Respiratory Nurses has awarded £2000 in bursaries to respiratory nurses to pay for academic courses.

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    ARNS newsletterSubscription

    News12 July, 2010

    All the latest news from the Association of Respiratory Nurses

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