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Putting it into practice

How do we put research into practice in the surgery or the hospital ward? Each week we’ll pick out a practice article and pose some topics for debate and you can pose your own questions too… 

All posts from: May 2013

Does multidisciplinary training ultimately improve patient outcomes?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 27 May 2013

Bayliss-Pratt L (2013) Training to promote multidisciplinary working. Nursing Times; 109: 21, 12-13.

Does intentional rounding improve patient outcomes?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 20 May 2013

Braide M (2013) The effect of intentional rounding on essential care. Nursing Times; 109: 20, 16-18

What lessons can be learnt from witness accounts in the Francis report?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 13 May 2013

Gallagher A (2013) Learning from family and nurse narratives. Nursing Times; 109: 19, 18-19, 22.

Is enough done to reduce hospital-acquired infections?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 6 May 2013

Spencer F (2013) The infection prevention nurse as change agent. Nursing Times; 109: Online issue.