Issue : December 2004
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Concerns that specialist nurses undertaking endoscopies may not be carrying out enough procedures to maintain their skills (White, 2004) highlight one of the difficulties facing nurses working in specialist roles. Maintaining competencies and meeting the demands of continuing professional development can pose problems. Isolation and role ambiguity can also impinge on job satisfaction for those working in specialist roles. Understanding the realities of these roles and considering how ...
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Treatment and management of acute appendicitisSubscription
Acute appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix due to infection (Bruce and Finlay, 1997).
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VOL: 100, ISSUE: 50, PAGE NO: 28 Anthony James, DipN, IV and cannulation link nurse, diploma staff nurse, medical elderly ward, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham, East Yorkshire
VOL: 100, ISSUE: 50, PAGE NO: 43Catherine Abou-Zaid, RGN, DipCoun, is nurse supervisor and in-service education coordinator, Mohamed Bin Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa Cardiac Centre, Kingdom of BahrainThis article caught my attention because of my concern over the length of time patients are expected to fast before...
My work at Christie Hospital involves caring for patients with malignancies, from those who are newly diagnosed, to…
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