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Issue : October 2006

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  • Undergraduate nursing students' perceptions of substance use and misuseSubscription

    Clinical31 October, 2006

    Abstract: Rassool, G.H. (2006) Undergraduate nursing students’ perceptions of substance use and misuse. www.nursingtimes.net

  • Working in partnership with patients to redesign a serviceSubscription

    Clinical31 October, 2006

    Anne Duffy, BSc, PGD, RN, is Macmillan lead cancer nurse; Hester Noon, BA, PGD, is Macmillan cancer information service manager; Yvonne Noble, RGN, is senior chemotherapy sister; all at Queen Mary?s Sidcup NHS Trust, Kent.ABSTRACT Duffy, A. et al (2006) Working in partnership with patients to redesign a service. www.nursingtimes.net

  • Chest examination - Part 1 - chest palpationSubscription

    Clinical31 October, 2006

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 44, PAGE NO: 26 Phil Jevon, PGCE, BSc, RN, is resuscitation officer/clinical skills lead, Manor Hospital, Walsall Chest examination is a key component of respiratory system assessment. 

  • Respiratory assessment as part of track and trigger

    Respiratory assessment as part of track and triggerSubscription

    Clinical31 October, 2006

    Respiration represents the exchange of gaseous molecules between cellular membranes and the circulation. Ventilatio…

  • Nurse prescribing: A comparison between nurses undertaking e-learning and conventional coursesSubscription

    Clinical24 October, 2006

    Eleanor Bradley, PhD, MSc, CPsychol, is reader in mental health, Staffordshire University; Joan Burgess, MSc, RGN, RNT, is programme leader, Open Learning School of Health Sciences, University College Winchester; Mary Ring, BSc, RN, HV, is regional lead for nurse prescribing, Coventry PCT; Peter Nolan, PhD, MEd, BA, BEd, RMN, RGN, DN, RNT, is professor of mental health nursing, Staffordshire University

  • Stroke rehabilitation in a community hospitalSubscription

    Clinical24 October, 2006

    Linda Dobrzanska, MSc, RN, DipN, PGCert Health Care Eval, is research and development coordinator; Liz Young, BSc, RN, DipN, is community matron, both at Bradford City Teaching Primary Care Trust; Chris Patterson, BSc, MB, ChB, FRCP, is consultant stroke physician, St Luke?s Hospital, Bradford.Stroke rehabilitation in a community hospital

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder following critical illnessSubscription

    Clinical24 October, 2006

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 43, PAGE NO: 23 Terry Hainsworth, BSc, RGN, is clinical editor at Nursing Times

  • The urinary system - Part 4 - Bladder control and micturitionSubscription

    Clinical24 October, 2006

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 43, PAGE NO: 26 Marion Richardson, BD, RN, DipN, CertEd, RNT, is senior lecturer, University of Hertfordshire

  • Monitoring the pulse as part of track and triggerSubscription

    Clinical24 October, 2006

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 43, PAGE NO: 28Brendan Docherty, MSc, PGCE, RN, is nurse manager, patient access and nursing servicesSteven Coote, MN (Critical Care), BN, RN, is advanced practice nurse, after hours nursing services; both at The Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, AustraliaThe pulse is one of the main vital signs measured and recorded clinically to ensure internal homeostasis and to det…

  • Disability nurse specialistSubscription

    Clinical18 October, 2006

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 31, PAGE NO: 18-19Disability nurse specialist Chris Wiseman's role was specially developed to improve the hospital experience of disabled people and the nurses caring for them.

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