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A recent systematic review that looked at non-surgical treatment for women with stress urinary incontinence identified that such treatments are effective and could potentially be cost effective.
Continence nurse specialist Julie Fawcett reflects on how she is able to help patients.
The image of nursing: It's in your handsSubscription
In the latest in our series of blogs on the image of nursing, Sandy and Harry Summers explain what nurses should do to right the wrongs done to nursing’s image
Nursing is in my bloodSubscription
Joining the Nursing Times team feels a bit like fate …
The image of nursing: Everyone's responsibilitySubscription
In the next in our series of blogs on the image of nursing, Sandy and Harry Summers explain the steps that everyone can take to change the image of nursing for the better.
I trained as a mental health nurse in the 1980s, which means I am very good at table tennis but I couldn’t put a drip up if you gave me a drip erection kit and a set of instructions. I am not very good at anatomy and physiology either, although I know an ear when I see one.
Hospital play specialist Marie Deehan relates her experiences on the liver unit
Joint chief executive at the Centre for Mental Health Sean Duggan examines the challenge ahead for the NHS in tackling alcohol misuse.
Enough with the cheese. I have put on about 5lbs over the festive period and most of that is Brie and Stilton. Yes, there is some chocolate and mulled wine in there too but, in the main, it was cheese that did the damage.
Nurses will be more aware than most people of the importance of a healthy lifestyle. But, just like the rest of us, knowing the benefits doesn’t necessarily translate into action.