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Issue : October 2005

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  • Optimum number of sessions for depression and anxiety.Subscription

    Clinical25 October, 2005

    Marie Frame, BA, RMN, is community psychiatric nurse, Clydesdale focused intervention team, NHS Lanarkshire; Pauline Hanlon, BNspq, PGD (management), RMN, RMNH, is clinical governance coordinator, Motherwell/Clydesdale clinical management team, NHS Lanarkshire; Gus MacLean, RMN is community psychiatric nurse, Motherwell focused intervention team, NHS Lanarkshire; Des Nolan, RMN, RGN, BA, is community psychiatric nurse, Wishaw focused intervention team, NHS Lanarkshire; Polash Shajahan, ...

  • Adherence to antiretrovirals in refugees and asylum seekersSubscription

    Clinical25 October, 2005

    Adherence to antiretroviral drugs is paramount to the successful management of HIV/Aids (Jani, 2002). Ordinarily, individuals find completing a course of medication difficult and maintaining 95 per cent adherence might be considered acceptable (Ries, 2001). But in individuals with HIV, maintaining adherence above 95 per cent is considered a critical determinant of the effectiveness of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART).

  • Implementing the single assessment for older people.Subscription

    Clinical25 October, 2005

    The National Service Framework for Older People (Department of Health, 2001) envisages that the single assessment process (SAP) will act as a key driver in the improvement of older people’s services. The challenge to health and social care organisations was subsequently set out more specifically (DoH, 2002): ‘To ensure that older people receive appropriate, effective and timely responses to their health and social care needs, and that professional resources are used effectively.’

  • Understanding the issues involved in requesting X-rays.Subscription

    Clinical25 October, 2005

    A recent report from the RCN (Ball, 2005) highlighted the difficulty nurses have in requesting diagnostic tests, despite the chief nursing officer identifying the ordering of X-rays as the first of her 10 key roles for nurses (Department of Health, 2003). 

  • GynaecomastiaSubscription

    Clinical25 October, 2005

    Gynaecomastia is a benign enlargement of one or both breasts in men.

  • Blood cells - Part four - Lymphocytes and lymphoid-derived cells.Subscription

    Clinical25 October, 2005

    This article, the fourth in this series on blood cells, describes lymphocytes and lymphoid-derived cells. Along with granulocytes and monocytes, lymphocytes are part of the immune system.

  • Management and effects of parenteral nutritionSubscription

    Clinical18 October, 2005

    Abstract

  • Research ReviewSubscription

    Clinical18 October, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 42, PAGE NO: 51Reviewed by: Carole Pellowe, PhD, deputy director, Richard Wells Research Centre, Thames Valley University, LondonThe study

  • Changes in the provision of home oxygen therapySubscription

    Clinical18 October, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 42, PAGE NO: 42Yvonne Henderson, BSc, MCSP, is module leader, National Respiratory Training Centre, WarwickFrom February 2006, specialist teams will assess the oxygen requirements of patients before prescribing the most appropriate form of home oxygen therapy. Yvonne Henderson explains why these changes are necessary and outlines the anticipated benefits for patients and primary care trusts.

  • Placebo inhaler devices and infection risksSubscription

    Clinical18 October, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 42, PAGE NO: 50 Trisha Weller, MHS, RN, DPSCHN (PN), CPT, is module and programme leader, National Respiratory Training Centre, Warwick

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