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Issue : January 2002

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  • Helping nurses to interpret and evaluate researchSubscription

    Clinical31 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 38

  • Malaria: prevention and treatmentSubscription

    Clinical31 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 34Carolyn Driver, MSc, RGN, RM, RHV, FPCert, is an independent travel health specialist nurse and chair of the British Travel Health AssociationMalaria is a serious, potentially fatal disease and people travelling to infected areas should take appropriate preventive steps to reduce their risk of contracting it.

  • The listening bookSubscription

    Clinical31 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 42Mike SmithFor many years nurses have discussed the meaning in the voices that some people hear. Perceived wisdom in psychiatry is that it is the form and frequency of the voices rather than the content that is critical.

  • Sex education takes to the roadSubscription

    Clinical31 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 36

  • Helping people with PTSD deal with flashbacksSubscription

    Clinical31 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 40 Simon Joseph, BSc, RMN, Cert Counselling, is hepatitis specialist nurse, Bristol Specialist Drugs Service

  • Best practice will get even betterSubscription

    Clinical31 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 33Emma White, BSc, RGNIncreasingly nurses are expected to reflect on and provide evidence for their practice. This needs to be balanced with demanding workloads. It is not possible for nurses to read, assimilate and critique all the relevant material during their working week, just as it would be impossible for nurses to keep up to date with all the heavyweight journals.

  • Teenage pregnancy: whose problem?Subscription

    Clinical24 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 04, PAGE NO: 36 Mary Kiddy, BSc, RGN, RSCN, is a teenage pregnancy coordinator at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust, West Yorkshire

  • The language of chest painSubscription

    Clinical24 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 04, PAGE NO: 38 John Albarran, MSc, PGDipEd, DipN, is principal lecturer in critical care, University of the West of England, Bristol

  • An overview of skin care and faecal incontinenceSubscription

    Clinical24 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 04, PAGE NO: 58 Sarah Le Lievre, RGN, CMB, FETC, Cert.H.Ed, is clinical nurse specialist, continence, Health and Social Services, Jersey, Channel Islands

  • Patients' experiences of clean intermittent catheterisationSubscription

    Clinical24 January, 2002

    VOL: 98, ISSUE: 04, PAGE NO: 55-56.

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