Category list : Health promotion
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Frailty and dementia need to be viewed in a more holistic way. This article proposes that a ‘resilience measure’ is needed to complement the cumulative deficit model
In Nottingham, hospital nurses offer prostate cancer risk assessment clinics in community centres. How does one go about setting up services that bridge the gap between hospital and community?
This article discusses the barriers preventing people with learning disabilities from being more physically active, and how nurses can encourage them to increase their level of activity
Adverse experiences in childhood have a negative impact on physical and mental health in later life. Using a trauma‐informed model of care helps to support adult survivors, parents and children
A body mass index above normal is linked with a higher rate of hospital admission in women, according to a study that has been summarised in a National Institute for Health Research Signal
With the phrase ’healthy living’ becoming more and more common, learning disabilities editor, Olivia, learns about the fine line between being healthy and creating an unhealthy habit
Health promotion is part of every nurse’s role but conversations are not always easy to start. Practice nurse and health promotion enthusiast, Jaqui Walker, explains how World Cancer Research Fund can help
The Royal Society for Public Health has come up with a radical rethink that could transform lives for the better. Rethinking the Public Health Workforce is little short of revolutionary
All frontline nursing staff can incorporate brief behaviour change interventions into their clinical practice to reduce patients’ risk of long-term conditions
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