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     1  ~ 2014 sep 17nurse 1 to 4 ratioNurse campaign calls for minimum 4 : 1 staffing ratio | News | Nursing “Research articulating the link between high patient- nurse ratios and poor patient health outcomes is strong and the experience of 1 : 4 ratios  ...
     1  +1 2014 jul 29manual stool evacuation techniquesManual evacuation of faeces | Practice | Nursing TimesManual evacuation of faeces is seen as a last resort in cases where all other methods of bowel evacuation have failed, and for a small number ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 22post micturition dribbleUnderstanding post - micturition dribble incontinence in men Understanding post - micturition dribble incontinence in men. 22 July, 2003. Get unlimited access. from just 23p a day. Nursing Time provides the latest unbiased  ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 17nursing assessment of painAssessment of pain | Practice | Nursing TimesAssessment and diagnosis for successful pain management.
     2  +99 2014 sep 28statin smalStatins linked to ' small ' increase in diabetes risk | News | Nursing Cholesterol-lowering drugs can directly increase the risk of diabetes because of the way they function, research has shown. Statins have ...
     2  -1 2014 sep 05diabetes managemnt nursesDiabetes : treatment and complications - the nurse's role | Practice Mary Burden, RGN, MPH, is consultant nurse , diabetes , Heart of Birmingham Teaching Primary Care Trust. The aim of treatment for diabetes is ...
     2  -1 2014 aug 27nursing notes assessment respiratoryRespiratory assessment | Practice | Nursing TimesHow to accurately measure and record respiration rates.
     2  ~ 2014 jul 30manual stool evacuationControversy surrounds the manual evacuation of faeces by nurses, and many ... evidence of its effectiveness as a method of bowel management.
     2  ~ 2014 jul 29time management for nurses10 ways to effectively manage your time on the ward - Nursing TimesAs a newbie nurse , work on the ward is bound to feel a bit overwhelming but you can use these simple time management skills to de-stress and ...
     2  -1 2014 jul 29physiology of painAnatomy and physiology of pain | Practice | Nursing TimesA comprehensive guide to the anatomy and physiology of pain management.
     3  -2 2014 oct 02bipap for copdNon-invasive ventilation in COPD exacerbations | Practice | Nursing Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( COPD ) is one of the most .... NIV BiPAP can also reduce the need for endotracheal intubation and the ...
     3  +3 2014 jul 20allergy testing numbersUnderstanding skin prick testing | Practice | Nursing Times(The Allergy Report 2000). Immunotherapy is recommended for patients with severe allergies to a limited number of allergens and it needs to ...
     4  +1 2014 sep 27nursing manager priorityWhy management skills are a priority for nurses | Practice | Nursing Management skills are often valued less than leadership and clinical skills, but the NHS would come to a standstill without them.
     4  -2 2014 sep 01economic times nursing healthcareApprenticeships in health care could help economic ... - Nursing TimesAs part of its strategy to prepare the country for economic recovery, the government is increasing opportunities for apprenticeships in health care , says Dave ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 29custody nurse jobsBeing a Custody Nurse is different from any other role you may have The role of a custody nurse is varied and challenging. ... “It makes my job worthwhile when I know I've helped someone get back on the right ...
     4  -2 2014 aug 26measure body temperatureMeasuring body temperature | Practice | Nursing TimesBody temperature is a vital sign and it is important to measure it accurately. This article reviews and compares the various methods available to ...
     4  +2 2014 aug 24validation risk assessment toolsDeveloping and validating a risk assessment tool for using bedrails Developing and validating a risk assessment tool for using bedrails. 15 May, 2007. VOL: 103, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 30-31 ...
     4  -2 2014 aug 14nmc code of conductNMC asks for views on changes to nursing code of conduct | News The Nursing and Midwifery Council has begun a public consultation exercise on changes to its code of conduct .
     4  +2 2014 aug 08good nursing essaysClear writing: how to get top marks for your essays ... - Nursing TimesClear writing: how to get top marks for your essays . 9 February, 2012 | By Jenni Middleton. Writing clearly and concisely is a real skill.
     4  -3 2014 jul 31return to nursingHow to… return to nursing following a career break | Opinion Re-establish contact with former staff, including managers, and let people know you're making your return to nursing . You may not be able to ...
     4  ~ 2014 jul 30return to nursing coursesReturning to work after a break can look a bit daunting, but Susan ... and Skills Advice line explains how to access Return to Practice courses , ...
     4  ~ 2014 jul 29nhs care support workerHow being a care support worker can enhance career opportunities Care support work with NHS Professionals can provide a useful grounding for nurse training, explains Anne Gulland.
     4  ~ 2014 jul 25holy grail of staffing' Staffing guidance falls short for patient safety' | Opinion | Nursing What happened at Mid Staffs was inexcusable and not solely the result of ... But it seems this is not to be the holy grail many had hoped for.
     4  -1 2014 jul 17culture and sensitivityCulture and Sensitivity | Practice | Nursing TimesCulture and Sensitivity . 1 January, 2007. Julian Ketel,BSc (Hons), DipN, RGN, RMN, RNMH, is specialist nurse - infection prevention and control,Walsall Primary ...
     4  +1 2014 jul 17ad campaign exercisesChange4Life launch new children's exercise campaign | News Change4Life launch new children's exercise campaign .... We have a vast portfolio of commercial marketing and advertising opportunities; ...
     5  -3 2014 sep 08nursing workforce planningDetails of the latest health service workforce plans ... - Nursing TimesThe first ever national workforce plan for the NHS was approved at the end of last year by Health Education England. Shaun Lintern analyses ...
     5  -1 2014 aug 14nurse manager skillsManagement skills are often valued less than leadership and clinical skills , but the NHS would come to a standstill without them.
     5  -2 2014 jul 29nursing journals peer reviewedNursing TimesNursing Times for nursing practice, clinical research, NHS and health care news, online ... A review of care given to these patients has resulted in a range of ...
     6  -4 2014 oct 05allergic rhinitis campaignUpdate - New approach to treatment for allergic rhinitis and asthma VOL: 102, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 41Allergy UK and the General Practice Airways Group (GPIAG) have launched a new awareness campaign to ...
     6  -3 2014 sep 08hospital ward layoutDesigning wards to release time to care - Nursing TimesChesterfield Royal Hospital Foundation. Trust. Abstract ... Poor ward layout can significantly increase ... Royal Hospital designed new wards to.
     6  ~ 2014 aug 25dong quai perimenopauseDangers of treating menopause symptoms with herbal cures | NHS The paper said that more menopausal women have turned to using herbal ... Dong quai has been associated with photosensitivity and, ...
     6  +1 2014 aug 25night nursing articleNight shift napping boosts nurses ' performance and personal health Napping during night shifts benefits nurses and their ability to care for ... and opinion articles and you'll be able to sign up for our newsletters.
     6  +19 2014 aug 12nursing home trainingHow to address training challenges in care home | Share nursing In care homes , training and education of both care assistants and nurses is vital. It is essential that high quality care is delivered, standards are ...
     6  +10 2014 aug 11nursing dissertation writing helpDissertation writing help needed | Discussion and debate | Nursing I think writing a dissertation can be a challenging, frustrating, exhausting, and exhilarating experience of life for even the most knowledgeable ...
     6  -3 2014 aug 05patient teaching nutritionNutrition and nurse education | Practice | Nursing TimesThe role of the nurse in the nutritional care of patients and clients is ... would indicate acceptance of nutrition (by teachers and students) as an ...
     6  +4 2014 aug 05how to become incontinentHow to make someone incontinent overnight | Opinion | Nursing TimesHow can we as nurses preserve the dignity of patients when all that we strive to do to maintain this is taken away in an instant without thought of ...
     6  -1 2014 aug 03prostate cancer incontinenceIncontinence following prostate cancer surgery | Practice | Nursing Incontinence following prostate cancer surgery. 21 February, 2014. A case study illustrates how urinary incontinence should be managed following radical ...
     6  -3 2014 jul 31hydrocolloid wound dressingUnderstanding wound dressings : Hydrocolloids | Practice | Nursing Understanding wound dressings : Hydrocolloids . 15 November, 2005. VOL: 101, ISSUE: 46, PAGE NO: 51. Get unlimited access. from just 23p a day. Nursing ...
     6  +58 2014 jul 30my nursing uniforms'Putting on my nurse uniform for the first time felt surreal' | Opinion The day after my course finished my first thoughts were “wow, I made it”, and “oh no”. It's an exciting, but terrifying time, and to be honest I was ...
     6  -1 2014 jul 22insulin injection techniqueInjection technique in insulin therapy | Practice | Nursing TimesInsulin is the main injectable therapy used by people with diabetes, but often they do not receive adequate education on injection technique .
     7  +4 2014 sep 19lansley risk registerLansley vetoes reform risk register publication | News | Nursing TimesThe government has vetoed the publication of a risk register on the implementation of its NHS reforms, which it had been ordered to publish by ...
     7  -5 2014 sep 11dementia care mappingDementia Care Mapping | Practice | Nursing TimesDementia Care Mapping . 19 September, 2006. Try observing and recording care from the patient's viewpoint. You will find it an extremely emotional and ...
     7  -4 2014 sep 05why become a nurse'So, why do you want to be a nurse ?' | Opinion | Nursing TimesI think my main source of inspiration to become a nurse comes from an innate desire to help people and care for them in times of need.
     7  +6 2014 sep 02nursing skin assessmentPressure ulcer risk assessment in patients with ... - Nursing TimesThe effectiveness of visual assessment depends upon the skills of the carer, nurse or patient and upon their ability to detect skin changes.
     7  -4 2014 sep 02leadership styles in nursingWhat is your leadership style ? | Features | Nursing TimesWhat kind of leader are you? Do you always like to have the final say or are you all about democracy? Take our quiz to find out …
     7  +5 2014 aug 25buteyko method for asthmaButeyko technique use to control asthma symptoms | Practice The Buteyko breathing technique has been shown to help people control asthma symptoms and could be incorporated into asthma reviews by ...
     7  +6 2014 aug 18gloves hand hygienceResearch: Glove use and compliance with hand hygiene | Practice The impact of wearing gloves on adherence to hand - hygiene policies.
     7  -6 2014 aug 15time management nursing
     7  +2 2014 aug 12catheter lubricating jellyShould lidocaine gel or lubricating gel be used for catheter insertion A discussion on whether anaesthetic gel is required during catheterisation.
     7  +4 2014 aug 02learning disability nursing jobs'Does everyone think learning disability nurses are not real nurses As a learning disability nurse it will be my job to ensure that an individual in my care is able to maintain or improve their physical health and ...
     7  -4 2014 jul 30rcn mrsa screeningRCN responds to Branson's calls to screen nurses for MRSA | News Screening nurses for MRSA is only one piece of infection control 'jigsaw', says the RCN in reponse to comments from Richard Branson.
     7  -3 2014 jul 24nursing events listPolicy update: never events | Practice | Nursing TimesThe latest guidance can help nurses review practice and provide safer care for patients.
     7  -1 2014 jul 21prevention of malariaMalaria : its causes, treatment and methods of prevention | Practice Malaria : its causes, treatment and methods of prevention . 20 May, 2005. VOL: 101, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 43 ...
     7  ~ 2014 jul 20social network for patientsUsing social networks to help patients self-care | Practice | Nursing Social media may create opportunities for people with long-term conditions to manage their own care but health professionals must be aware of ...
     8  -2 2014 oct 03antibotic blood flowBlood poisoning | NHS Choices | Nursing TimesSepsis refers to an infection that has spread through the blood, causing symptoms ... actually cause damage to the organs of the body and affect blood circulation . ... Severe sepsis is treated with intravenous antibiotics .
     8  +1 2014 sep 19psychiatric nursing forums'Why are we so scared of mental health?' | Blogs | Nursing TimesFear of mental health can stiffle students' ability to fully engage with patient care.
     8  +5 2014 sep 11the west country communityBreastfeeding success for West Country community trust | News Breastfeeding success for West Country community trust. 7 March, 2014 | By Steve Ford. Health professionals in Gloucestershire have achieved “baby friendly ” ...
     8  -6 2014 aug 28drug dosage calculationsHow to calculate drug dosage accurately: advice for nurses The lack of basic maths skills can be a major problem when it comes to nurses administering drugs to patients. Calculations are still a ...
     8  -2 2014 aug 23nursing leadership styles
     8  ~ 2014 aug 16emap head officeNursing Times: Contact UsE-mail: jenni.middleton@ emap .com. Phone: 0203 ... E-mail: ann.shuttleworth@ emap .com. Phone: 0203 ... E-mail: kathryn.godfrey@ emap .com. Phone: 0203 ...
     8  -5 2014 aug 15alternative for smokingAre e-cigarettes a safer alternative to smoking ? | Practice | Nursing E-cigarettes are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to smoking . However, it is still not clear whether they are a safe and effective way ...
     8  +19 2014 aug 09enema how toHow to administer an enema . | Practice | Nursing TimesAn enema is the administration of a substance in liquid form into the rectum. This may be performed to aid bowel evacuation or to administer ...
     8  +4 2014 aug 05ivs al pp standardCare of peripheral venous cannula sites - Nursing Timessitu at any given time (Reilly et al ,. 2007). ... nantly for the delivery of intravenous ( IV ) ..... Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics for.
     8  -4 2014 jul 30importance of balanced dietUnderstanding the importance to health of a balanced diet | Practice Understanding the importance to health of a balanced diet . 4 January, 2005. VOL : 101, ISSUE: 01, PAGE NO: 30Susan Price, MSc, BSc, AdvDipDietetics, ...
     8  -1 2014 jul 30pressure releaving mattressesPreventing pressure ulcers: choosing a mattress | Practice | Nursing Preventing pressure ulcers: choosing a mattress . 1 December, 2004. Heidi Guy, RGN. Get unlimited access. from just 23p a day. Nursing Time provides the ...
     8  -3 2014 jul 30feeling time pressureExclusive: Nurses feeling under pressure ... - Nursing TimesEight out of 10 nurses feel they are under more pressure at work than ... the side- effects of stress, a major survey by Nursing Times has found.
     8  -2 2014 jul 29nursing social networksSocial networking for student nurses | Opinion | Nursing TimesIt's easy to use social networking sites to blow off steam, but it's vital to be ... be seen by more people than you ever intended, says student nurse Andrew R Kett.
     8  +8 2014 jul 24rib fracture treatmentManagement and treatment of patients with fractured ribs | Practice Rib fractures are among the most common injuries to the chest, accounting for more than half of the thoracic injuries sustained from ...
     8  +7 2014 jul 23reduce medication errorsHow do we reduce drug errors ? | Focus | Nursing TimesMedication errors are not uncommon and often go unrecognised and unreported. Ingrid Torjesen looks at key precautions nurses can take to ...
     8  +23 2014 jul 22cqc care homesCQC 'special measures' failure regime to be extended to care homesFailing care homes could be put into a similar failure regime as poor-performing hospitals, the health secretary is to announce.
     8  +1 2014 jul 20nursing research blog'How do we close the research -practice gap?' | Blogs | Nursing TimesThere is an old man who occasionally catches the same bus as me to the station. When he arrives at the bus stop there is an odour which in the ...
     8  +3 2014 jul 19impacted feces treatmentConstipation | NHS Choices | Nursing TimesConstipation can also cause your stools to be unusually hard, lumpy, large or small. ... you involuntarily leak liquid stools around solid impacted stools ). The treatment for constipation is usually very effective, although in some ...
     8  -2 2014 jul 18practice safe spendHow much time do nurses spend on patient care? | Practice Nurses have faced criticisms that they do not spend enough time giving direct patient care, however observations of their practice challenge this view. ... Middleton, Editor. SPEAK OUT SAFELY CAMPAIGN. Search the site.
     9  +6 2014 oct 03nursing and midwifery councilNursing and Midwifery Council ( NMC )Nursing and Midwifery Council - news and analysis for nurses.
     9  -4 2014 sep 25giving injections without painReducing pain when giving intramuscular injections | Practice Q. Is it true that applying pressure to an injection site before giving an intramuscular injection reduces pain and, if so, why?
     9  +92 2014 sep 18mattress surface reliefsMattresses and beds: reducing and relieving pressure - Nursing TimesUnlike most support surfaces , which are squashed or compressed under ... pressure (pressure relief ) or to redistribute it evenly around the body ...
     9  +4 2014 aug 31nursing jobs in navyA day in the life of: a Royal Navy nurse | Opinion | Nursing TimesWhat is it like to be a nurse in the Royal Navy ? Nursing Times talks to Lt Audrey Johnston about the challenges and rewards of her career .
     9  -6 2014 aug 27asthma oxygen treatmentEmergency oxygen delivery: patients with asthma and COPD This article outlines recommendations in British Thoracic Society guidance on oxygen therapy inpatients with asthma and COPD.
     9  -5 2014 aug 21alexander technique evaluationAlexander technique could relieve chronic pain | News | Nursing A study was carried out for 11 months, exploring an Alexander Technique teaching service that was time-limited.
     9  -7 2014 aug 07nurses discussion urine bagProblem catheter leg bags and tubing causing full ... - Nursing TimesNHS/ Medical sites state that the catheter bag should be below, but not more then 30cms ... Posted in: Let's get talking | Discussion and debate.
     9  -5 2014 aug 06how to remove catheterUrinary catheters Part 4 - Removing an indwelling urinary catheter Part 4 in this series discusses how to remove urinary and suprapubic catheters .
     9  +1 2014 aug 05latest nursing jobsSenior nurse jobs could be among hundreds of posts axed, as part of a major restructure of the national ... Click here to read the latest news from your sector.
     9  +1 2014 aug 05jobs for retired nursesFlexible working after retirement can help older workers adjust Of the 45,500 nurses registered with NHSP, 10% are semi- retired or retired , and this ... for nurses to work less towards the end of their career or after retirement .
     9  -4 2014 aug 04ibs back painIrritable bowel syndrome | NHS Choices | Nursing TimesIrritable bowel syndrome ( IBS ) is a chronic (long-term) disorder that ... lower back pain ,; muscle and joint pain,; constant tiredness,; nausea, ...
     9  -3 2014 aug 02npsa nutrition and hydrationNPSA launches hydration factsheets | News | Nursing TimesNew guidance on improving nutrition and hydration standards in all healthcare settings has been issued by the National Patient Safety Agency .
     9  +5 2014 jul 26pressure relief mattress
     9  ~ 2014 jul 23homerton hospital board membersExclusive: Homerton safety review after claims from 'unhappy However, Homerton University Hospital Trust maintains the incidents have been
     9  +1 2014 jul 21smart phone nhs applicationNHS launches library of smartphone apps | News | Nursing TimesA library of NHS approved smart phone “apps” has been launched by the NHS Commissioning Board.
     9  -3 2014 jul 20stomach cramps and diarrheaDiarrhoea | NHS Choices | Nursing TimesDiarrhoea is the passing of watery stools more than three times a day. ... cramping stomach pains ,; an urgency to go to the toilet,; nausea or ...
     9  -8 2014 jul 19reduce chronic knee painGlucosamine supplements 'do not reduce ' chronic knee pain | News Oral glucosamine supplements do not lessen knee cartilage deterioration among patients with chronic knee pain , a short-term study has ...
     10  +2 2014 oct 03buteyko breathing technique
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