Issue : March 2003
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Why we can't give up on smokingSubscription
Amanda Clark, RN, MA.Deputy Editor, Professional Nurse'Sick of smoking? Why not give up?' This invitation is the theme of this year's National No Smoking Day on Wednesday 12 March.
Ward-based blood gas analysisSubscription
Daniel O’Neill, BSc (Hons), RN, GIBiol, PGDip, ALS, ATNC. Staff Nurse and Student Extended Nurse Practitioner, Accident and Emergency Department, Frimley Park Hospital, Surrey This paper examines the use of the stethoscope in relation to clinical assessment within the acute sector, in particular in accident and emergency departments (A&E).
Fran Hall, MSc Pain Management, RN.
The use of psychosocial interventionsSubscription
Mental health services have undergone unprecedented changes in the past decade with frequent exhortations in government documents for all agencies to work together to provide care for people with mental heath problems (Department of Health, 2001a; 1999). By 2004 all primary care groups will have become primary care trusts, and it is expected that the number of GPs currently providing personal medical services as opposed to general medical services, will also have increased, with more ...
Christina Fairhead, RGN, RHV, NEBSM, ENB 950, ENB 970.
Adolescents are becoming sexually active at an increasingly younger age.
SKILLS - SOURCE ISOLATION NURSINGSubscription
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SKILLS - FEEDING THE DEPENDENT PATIENTSubscription
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