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Issue : June 2007

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  • Nutrition and eating disordersSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Helen Crawley, SRD, RPHNutr, Faculty Health and Social Care Sciences, University of Kingston.Achieving adequate calorie, nutrient and fluid intake in people with swallowing problems can be a challenge but preventing malnutrition and dehydration are essential in reducing morbidity and mortality among those with eating difficulties.

  • Nutritional screening and assessmentSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Lin Perry, PhD, MSc, RGN, RNT, is senior research fellow, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University. Nutritional screening is a first-line process of identifying patients who are already malnourished or at risk of becoming so; nutritional assessment is a detailed investigation to identify and quantify specific nutritional problems (Bond, 1997). 

  • The use of body measurements to assess nutritional statusSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Lin Perry, PhD, MSc, RGN, RNT, is senior research fellow, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University.

  • Urine testingSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Many Wells, MSc, RN, RM, Dip N (Lond), nurse consultant for Integrated Bladder and Bowel Care, Devon PCT.

  • Advancing nursing skills on the medical admissions unitSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 24, PAGE NO: 32-33 Ross Fletcher, BSc, RN Clinical educator, Bradford Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust

  • Improving clinical placements through evaluation and feedback to staffSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 25, PAGE NO: 32-33 Penny Tremayne, MSc, PGDE, BSc, DipN, RGN Senior lecturer in adult nursing, De Montfort University.

  • The impact of allergy training for primary care nursesSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 25, PAGE NO: 34-35Samantha Walker, RGN, PhDDirector of education, research and development, Education for Health, Warwick. This article reports on a study undertaken to ascertain whether allergy training for primary healthcare professionals would improve the quality of life of patients with allergies.  

  • Ensuring patient dignity when accessing and using toilets.Subscription

    Clinical19 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 17, PAGE NO: 23A group of organisations led by the British Geriatrics Society (BGS) has launched a campaign this month to ensure t…

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    Flexible insulin regimens for teenage patients with diabetesSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2007

    This article outlines a patient education programme used to prepare teenagers for switching from a twice-daily insu…

  • Preventing drug misuse among vulnerable young peopleSubscription

    Clinical17 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 16, PAGE NO: 23NICE has published public health intervention guidance on how to reduce substance misuse among vulnerable and disadvantaged under-25s (NICE, 2007). The guidance is aimed at a wide range of professionals - NHS and non-NHS practitioners and others who have a direct or indirect role in reducing substance misuse. This includes those working in local authorities and the education, voluntary, community, social care, youth and criminal justice sectors.