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Issue : July 2010

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  • Journal Club Nursing Times

    Send in your comments to Journal ClubSubscription

    News28 February, 2011

    Nursing Times is inviting its readers to send in their comments about interesting academic articles to its online journal club.

  • foundations in practice

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    Off duty9 February, 2011

    Registered users of nursingtimes.net can win a copy of Foundations in Practice

  • A 67 year old woman with an extensive rash is referred urgently to hospital. The rash started on the backs of her hands and spread very quickly to the arms, trunk, neck, and face. The lesions consist of concentric rings with frank blistering in some areas

    Adverse drug reactions  Subscription

    Case study13 September, 2010

    A case study from the BNF looking at adverse drug reactions.

  • A BNF case study involving a man with management of stable chronic kidney disease, hypertension and obesity.

    Stable chronic kidney disease, hypertension and obesitySubscription

    Case study13 September, 2010

    A BNF case study involving a man with management of stable chronic kidney disease, hypertension and obesity.

  • A BNF case study in which a 14-month old boy has been crying frequently and has vomited twice. He isnot feeding and sleeping as well as he normally does. He appears flushed, his head feels hot, he is coryzal, and there is abdominal tenderness

    Infant vomiting with abdominal tendernessSubscription

    Case study13 September, 2010

    A BNF case study in which a 14-month old boy has been crying frequently and has vomited twice. He is not feeding and sleeping as well as he normally does. He appears flushed, his head feels hot, he is coryzal, and there is abdominal tenderness.

  • Christine Beasley

    'Nurses are well placed to identify where inefficiencies exist'Subscription

    Opinion3 September, 2010

    The launch of the strategy for the NHS, Equity and excellence: Liberating the NHS, has provided an opportunity for all nurses and midwives to debate and discuss both the challenges of how services are delivered to people and the opportunities that will arise to ensure patients are at the heart of everything we do.

  • All the latest news from the current CNO’s bulletin.

    Chief Nursing Officer's Bulletin July 2010Subscription

    CNO's bulletin3 September, 2010

    All the latest new from the current CNO’s bulletin.

  • Pregnancy after miscarriage

    Pregnancy after miscarriage

    NHS Choices13 August, 2010

    There is “no need to delay pregnancy after miscarriage,” says BBC News.

  • The emotional effects of bullying on children could be determined by genes.

    Bullying effects could be geneticSubscription

    News2 August, 2010

    The emotional effects of bullying on children could be determined by genes, according to a study involving more than 2,000 British twins.

  • People with severe depression find it harder to recognise facial expressions in other people, particularly expressions of disgust, New Zealand researchers have found.

    Depressed people find facial expressions harder to readSubscription

    News1 August, 2010

    People with severe depression find it harder to recognise facial expressions in other people, particularly expressions of disgust, New Zealand researchers have found.

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