Category list : Clinical research/studies
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Nurses do not want to compromise the flexibility afforded to them by working 12-hour shifts despite burnout becoming a “growing concern”, a US researcher has warned.
Collaborative working between research nurses and clinical nurse specialists allows to increase patients’ participation in clinical trials
The Foundation of Nursing Studies (FoNS) has today revealed that it has appointed Joanne Bosanquet as its new chief executive.
Professor Jill Maben, leading expert on nursing workforce issues at the University of Surrey, has joined a high powered panel that aims to boost health service staff and patient engagement with research.
Standard tests used to identify dehydration do not work for older people in care homes, according to a new study which says health professionals should stop relying on them.
An eight-week nutrient supplement for breastfeeding mothers can help prevent weight loss and boost the growth of premature babies after they leave hospital, according to UK researchers.
More than a third of people with type 2 diabetes taking part in a weight management programme delivered in primary care are in remission two years later, according to latest UK study findings, which researchers have decribed as “incredibly exciting”.
Focus: A brief history of men in nursingSubscription
Historically, nursing has not always been a predominately female profession. Men mostly made up the numbers of what it was nursing in the time before Florence Nightingale.
There is a small benefit of inducing labour over a “wait and see” approach for late term pregnancies, according to researchers in Holland.
Need for further surgery particularly high in younger men and serious complications surprisingly common in older people, say researchers.