Category list : Neurology
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’Those interested in genuinely wishing to understand the experiences of anyone affected with ADD/ADHD should read this book, especially practitioners/ specialist in the psychology and mental health field.
Non-traumatic spinal cord injury causes a loss of sensory and motor function. Specialist rehabilitation is key to reduce the occurrence and severity of physical and psychological effects
A leading nurse from Southampton has warned that people in the UK who develop dementia under the age of 65 are “falling into a void”, with little or no access to long-term specialist support.
A charity is fighting to save seven Parkinson’s nurse specialist posts across England from potentially being axed, Nursing Times has learnt.
This third article in our series on the effects of bedrest on body and mind explores how prolonged bedrest compromises the activities of the gastrointestinal, endocrine and nervous systems
The story of how a life changing brain injury as a teenager led to a range of challenges has been shared with nursing students at the Lancaster campus of the University of Cumbria.
Willow ward in Charlton Lane Hospital has adopted John’s Campaign. This means carers of patients with dementia, whose presence has numerous benefits, are welcome at any time
A new Australian study casts fresh doubt on the controversial practice of brain cooling in the wake of a traumatic head injury, concluding it does not improve outcomes for patients.
At Aintree University Hospital, advanced nurse practitioners working in the acute medical unit receive training in lumbar puncture and are now training junior doctors
A group of experts is to develop a new career framework for stroke nurses, which aims to give nurses and employers a clear idea of the skills and competencies needed at different levels.