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Issue : May 2004

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    Clinical27 May, 2004

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 13, PAGE NO: 35 Download a print-friendly PDF file of this article here

  • Nurses

    Using decision trees to aid decision-making in nursing.Subscription

    Clinical25 May, 2004


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    The detection and prevention of depression in older people.Subscription

    Clinical25 May, 2004

    The Gerontological Nursing Demonstration Project for Scotland is dedicated to promoting the principles and practice of gerontological nursing and the development of evidence-based practice and professional networking. The project brings to fruition a commitment from Scotland’s strategy for nursing ‘to establish a model for networking that could be used to develop, disseminate and implement best practice in the care of older people’ (Scottish Executive Health Department, 2001).

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    An RCT into calculating insulin start dose in type 2 diabetes.Subscription

    Clinical25 May, 2004

    Aims: This trial compares two methods used to find the insulin dose when starting insulin in people with type 2 diabetes in whom maximal tolerated oral hypoglycaemic agents have failed to control glycaemia. One method of initiating insulin (based on height, weight, and fasting blood plasma glucose and insulin resistance) was compared with a conventional method of initiating 10 units of isophane insulin twice daily.



    Clinical25 May, 2004


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    Clinical20 May, 2004


  • The prevalence of stress urinary incontinence in womenSubscription

    Clinical18 May, 2004

    VOL: 100, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 71 Jeanette Haslam, MPhil, GradDip(Phys), MCSP, SRP, is senior visiting fellow, University of East London Methodology of a survey

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    Improving awareness of the impact of psoriasis on lifestyle.Subscription

    Clinical18 May, 2004

    Psoriasis Awareness Week (the third week of May 2004) is an established annual event in the Psoriasis Association’s diary. Its purpose is to let people know about psoriasis and the effect it can have on people’s lives. This year the week is promoting the message of being positive about psoriasis and aims to reach a wider audience - not solely those who have the condition.

  • Establishing a bowel dysfunction service within primary care.Subscription

    Clinical18 May, 2004

    VOL: 100, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 68Karen Irwin, BA, RGN, DN, is clinical nurse specialist (bowel dysfunction), Bolton Primary Care TrustHaving acknowledged these difficulties, Bolton Primary Care Trust secured funding to support a project across Wigan and Bolton Health Authority to develop an adult faecal incontinence service.

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