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Walk the walk, talk the talk.

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Jenni Middleton

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):27

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September 2016
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60 second with Teresa Chinn.

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Teresa Chinn

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):26

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September 2016
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Preventing and diagnosing dementia.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):22-5

While dementia is an umbrella term for a range of degenerative brain disorders, many share similar presentations. Nurses are ideally placed to identify those at risk and empower them to access treatment and plan and prepare for their future needs--as such, they need up-to-date knowledge of the signs and symptoms of the different types of dementia to identify risk factors and make an informed diagnosis. This article, the third in a four-part series on dementia, examines the risk factors, signs, symptoms and diagnosis of dementia, as well as outlining lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise that may help to prevent the development of the condition. Read More

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September 2016
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Self-monitoring of vitamin K antagonist therapy.

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Helen Jaques

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):19

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September 2016
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The 10 commitments: what they mean to nursing.

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Kathy Oxtoby

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):16-8

In 2012, the chief nursing officer for England launched the Compassion in Practice strategy for nursing, which included the 6Cs. This has been followed in May 2016 by an NHS England publication for nursing, midwifery and care staff that builds on the 6Cs and provides a framework around 10 commitments. This article summarises the framework and recommendations for good practice. Read More

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September 2016
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Care of spinal cord injury in non-specialist settings.

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Sian Rodger

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):12-5

Patient with spinal cord injuries have individualised care routines to help prevent complications. Disruption to these routines following admission to non-specialist settings can have long-term consequences. This article focuses on the key long-term problems of pressure ulcers, bladder and bowel dysfunction, and autonomic dysreflexia. Read More

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September 2016
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"Oxygen must be treated like a drug to avoid under or overdose".

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Katy Beckford

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26):11

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September 2016
3 Reads

"Nursing needs to keep its seat at the heart of government".

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Janet Davies

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Nurses trained in critically ill patient transfer.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Nursing expert calls for more ward-based 'social learning'.

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Jo Stephenson

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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NMC annual fee now payable in instalments.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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January 2019
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RCN urged to become more active in political lobbying by members.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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College leader in wide-ranging attack on government policies.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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RCN's Lego model is named after student nurse.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Sturgeon slams 'wrong-headed' bursary removal plan in England.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Specialist qualification 'essential' for district nurse team leaders.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Hunt quizzed over DH nursing unit.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Brexit risks work hours protection.

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Shaun Lintern

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
7 Reads

"We need more nurses to influence policy".

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Jenni Middleton

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 29-Jul 5;112(26)

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September 2016
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Revolutionising post-treatment care.

Authors:
Claire Read

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):33

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September 2016
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Fighting to combat FGM.

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Savannah Cordova

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):26

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September 2016
4 Reads

60 seconds with Ann Saunders.

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Ann Saunders

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):25

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September 2016
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Training to promote dementia support.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):20-3

Inadequate care has been identified for those with dementia at all stages, from pre-diagnosis to end-of-life care. Nationally, two levels of initiatives are evolving: basic awareness skilling of frontline care staff and changing services at the strategic level. Senior clinical staff have the potential to fill the gap between the two levels and drive speedier service change. Read More

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September 2016
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New approaches to understanding dementia.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):16-9

Improving understanding of brain disorders is likely to be one of the core aims of physiological research in the 21st century. This article, the second in a four-part series, looks at the main types of dementia and explores emerging theories about how the condition develops. These theories are improving our understanding of the neurodegeneration that characterises the most common forms of dementia, and will help improve care for those living with dementia. Read More

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September 2016
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Preventing unsafe discharge from hospital.

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Kathy Oxtoby

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):14-5

A recent report by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman revealed examples of poor hospital discharge to be considered in light of existing guidance. This article summarises the report's findings and recommendations for good practice when discharging patients. Read More

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September 2016
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The impact of animals on patient wellbeing.

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Bronwen Williams

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):12-3

Animals can be highly significant to people but overlooked in nursing assessments and care plans. Nurses need to appreciate this issue and support these relationships. This article summarises how animals can affect healthcare and wellbeing, and outlines what nurses can do to ensure this aspect of holistic care is not overlooked. Read More

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September 2016
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"Antimicrobial resistance will kill millions--we must act now".

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):11

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September 2016
10 Reads

"We need to address low morale, not wait for things to get better".

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Mark Radcliffe

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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"We must have the right staff to ensure our patients' wellbeing".

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Jean White

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
7 Reads

Trust aims for nurses 'competent' in both physical and mental health.

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Jo Stephenson

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Bacteria images improve staff hand hygiene.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Regulator's new staffing work risks 'undermining' NICE safety guidance.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Review uncovers short-staffing in neonatal unit.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Nursing leaders condemn DH plans to abolish advisory unit.

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Jo Stephenson

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Organisations unite in fight against axing of bursary.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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School nurses under pressure.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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NHS facing 'twin pressures' of demand and deficit, warns RCN.

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Jo Stephenson

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Call for better training in sickle cell disease.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Warning over future of funding for postgraduate nursing roles.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
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Threat to nurse training from CPD budget cuts.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25):2-3

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September 2016
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"Nursing should be protected not sacrificed".

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Jenni Middleton

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 22-28;112(25)

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September 2016
16 Reads

Leading future leaders.

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Jenni Middleton

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):25

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September 2016
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60 seconds with Paula Crick.

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Paula Crick

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):24

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September 2016
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Management of pruritus in palliative care.

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Colin Perdue

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):20-3

Pruritis (severe itching of the skin) is a relatively rare symptom in palliative care, but it can have a negative impact on patients' physical, psychological and social wellbeing. It can also be distressing for family members. Holistic assessment is needed to inform an individual plan of care to alleviate the itching, which will involve general skin-care measures and a combination of topical and systemic treatments. Read More

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September 2016
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Evidence base for managing neurogenic bowel dysfunction.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):19

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September 2016
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Developing a clinical research career.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):16-8

The National Institute for Health Research helps to promote clinical research careers for health professionals working in clinical practice, and has developed a structure to support new researchers. This article explains how nurses can get involved in clinical research and the support available to them. Read More

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September 2016
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How dementia differs from normal ageing.

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):12-5

Dementia is a collective name for a set of symptoms that include memory loss, mood changes, confusion and increasing difficulty with everyday tasks. This four-part series provides an overview of dementia and its treatment, from its causes and pathophysiology to diagnosis and the nurse's role in its management. This first article reviews the main forms of dementia and how research is shedding new light on the differences between dementia and normal ageing. Read More

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September 2016
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"Wise use of our resources will improve hospital dementia care".

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June Andrews

Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24):11

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September 2016
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Are black and minority ethnic nurses discriminated against?

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24)

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September 2016
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Nursing staff removed from duty by trust.

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Nurs Times 2016 Jun 15-21;112(24)

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September 2016
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