Financial incentives boost stop smoking effortsSubscription
People trying to stop smoking are more likely to quit if they are offered financial incentives, according to a study conducted in the US
Q&A: Wound care lecturing in MalaysiaSubscription
Jacqui Fletcher has just returned from a trip to Malaysia where she delivered a wound assessment and management course to local nurses. We asked Jacqui to describe some of her experiences
CliniMed launch website for BioDerm sheathSubscription
CliniMed have launched a new website to provide information about the Bioderm sheath.
Nurses develop catheterisation e-learning module Subscription
Nurses at Bradford and Airedale PCT have developed an elearning catheterisation module for healthcare workers
Children with constipation who are treated with macrogol (polyethylene glycol PEG) have consistently good outcomes
A Cochrane review have suggested that there is insufficient evidence to support the use of anticholinergic drugs to treat urinary symptoms in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS)
Special report: CCTV cameras used in school toilets Subscription
CCTV cameras have been installed in school toilets in a school in Wales. Nickie Brander, Campaigns Organiser for ERIC (Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence) responds to public concerns
Patients with COPD who are at risk of malnutrition have an improved outcome with dietary modification and food fortification.
Leg ulcer expert Christine Moffatt is one of the Nursing Times Diamond 20
As Jenny Perez takes over as Director of ERIC (Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence), Eileen Shepherd asks what challenges lie ahead for the only charity in the UK for children with bowel and bladder dysfunction