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Issue : January 2007

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  • A nurse with patient Roy Jones who has benefited from the recovery programme

    Educational needs of nurses working in nursing homesSubscription

    Clinical30 January, 2007

    Linda Nazarko MSc, PGDip, BSc, FRCN, RN, is senior lecturer at South Bank University and King’s College (visiting) and nurse consultant for older people at Richmond and Twickenham PCT.Nazarko, L. (2007) Educational needs of nurses working in nursing home. www.nursingtimes.net …

  • mental health depressed man

    Using dolls to alter behaviour in patients with dementiaSubscription

    Clinical30 January, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 5, PAGE NO: 36-37

  • drugs

    Nursing students and the administration of IV drugsSubscription

    Clinical23 January, 2007

    Vicki Shawyer, DipHealthSocialCare, RGN, is ward manager and clinical skills tutorl; Alison Copp, PGCE, DipCOT, CertMHSC, is clinical skills lead tutor, both at Royal Devon and ExeterHospital. Julie Dobrijevic, MA, PGCE, CertEd, DipN, RGN, is learning in practice tutor; Lois Goding, PhD, BEd, CPT, RHV, RGN, is learning in practice lead tutor, both at Heavitree Hospital, Exeter.

  • The process of planning, organising and conducting focus group discussionsSubscription

    Clinical23 January, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 4, PAGE NO: 34-35 Sue Campbell, MPH, BSc, RGN Independent health consultant, Uganda ABSTRACT: Campbell, S. (2007) The process of planning, organising and conducting focus group discussions. www.nursingtimes.net.

  • Cardiac monitoring part 4: Monitoring the apex beatSubscription

    Clinical23 January, 2007

    Phil Jevon PGCE, BSc, RN, is resuscitation officer/clinical skills lead at Manor Hospital, Walsall Checking the radial pulse is an unreliable method of assessing the ventricular rate in patients with atrial fibrillation. If the ventricular rate is rapid, some contractions may not be strong enough to transmit an arterial pulse-wave through the peripheral artery, resulting in an apex-radial pulse deficit (Lip, 1993).

  • The skeletal system: Bone structureSubscription

    Clinical23 January, 2007

    Brendan DochertyPGCE, MSc, RN, is clinical stream manager, cardiology and critical care, South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service, AustraliaThis article, the first of a four-part series, explores the core anatomy and physiology of bones, including their purpose and function. Part two covers bone growth; part three looks at the axial skeletal system; and part four examines the appendicular skeletal system.

  • Should nurses take a pragmatic approach to hand hygiene?Subscription

    Clinical16 January, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 3, PAGE NO: 32-33 Mark Cole, BA, RGN, Dip Infection Control Lecturer in nursing, University of Nottingham.

  • Cardiac monitoring part 3: External pacingSubscription

    Clinical16 January, 2007

    Phil Jevon PGCE, BSc, RN, is resuscitation officer/clinical skills lead, Manor Hospital, Walsall

  • Cognitive assessment of older adults with Alzheimer's diseaseSubscription

    Clinical15 January, 2007

    ABSTRACT Bush, T. (2007) Guidelines for the cognitive assessment of older adults with Alzheimer’s disease. www.nursingtimes.net.

  • Black women's perceptions of menopause and the use of hormone replacement therapySubscription

    Clinical10 January, 2007

    ABSTRACT: Ozuzu-Nwaiwu, J. (2007) Black women’s perceptions of menopause and the use of hormone replacement therapy.www.nursingtimes.net

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