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Issue : October 2001

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  • When there's no time to nurseSubscription

    Clinical25 October, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 43, PAGE NO: 29Phil Barker, PhD, RNNursing is either dying or dead on its feet. I haven't quite worked it out yet, but my reading of the runes is that there isn't much to choose between these two dire scenarios.

  • Waste disposal for the ostomate in the communitySubscription

    Clinical4 October, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 40, PAGE NO: 51ELAINE SWAN, RN, SCM, BN, is advanced nurse practitioner (colorectal), Walsall Hospitals NHS TrustELAINE SWAN, RN, SCM, BN, is advanced nurse practitioner (colorectal), Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust

  • Vaccinating against influenza and pneumococcusSubscription

    Clinical18 October, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 42, PAGE NO: 32Margaret Umeed, MSc (MedSci), RGN, is a specialist nurse practitioner (general practice nursing) in Glasgow and a freelance lecturer with a special interest in immunisation and travel health medicine

  • Using compression bandages in the treatment of venous leg ulcerationSubscription

    Clinical1 October, 2001

    H Charles, PhD, MSc, BSc, RGN, RSCN, NDN, PWT.

  • Time to put the R back in TPRSubscription

    Clinical4 October, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 40, PAGE NO: 32 Captain Gary Kenward, BSc, RGN, is project leader, in-hospital cardiac arrest prevention project Nicholas Castle, DipIMC, RN, is resuscitation training officer, Frimley Park Hospital, Camberley, Surrey; Colonel Timothy Hodgetts, FRCP, FRCSEd, FFAEM, FIMC, FRGS, Dip MedEd, L/RAMC, is professor of emergency medicine and trauma, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust

  • The role of anti-IgE in managing difficult-to-treat or severe asthmaSubscription

    Clinical1 October, 2001

    Linda Pearce, MSc, RN, SCM, OHNc, N Pract Dip.

  • The problems of aggression and violence for health-care staffSubscription

    Clinical1 October, 2001

    Sara Morgan, RN, DipN. Staff Nurse, Emergency Unit, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. The work on which this paper is based was undertaken as part of a BSc (Nursing) degree at the University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff

  • Slowing the progression?Subscription

    Clinical18 October, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 42, PAGE NO: 36

  • Setting up a sexual health clinic in a schoolSubscription

    Clinical11 October, 2001

    VOL: 97, ISSUE: 41, PAGE NO: 38Delya Lane, BMedSci, RGN, RSCN, is a school nurse at the Ivy Lodge Clinic, SheffieldPatricia Day, BMedSci, PGCE, RGN, is a school nurse at Norfolk Park Health Centre, SheffieldBecoming a mother at a young age can have a catastrophic effect on the life chances of both the young women involved and their children.

  • Reducing symptoms and improving outcomes in patients with anginaSubscription

    Clinical1 October, 2001

    Aidan MacDermott RN, MSc. Research Nurse, Cardiology Department, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne

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