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Preliminary report of a NeuroPage service within a health care system.
NeuroPage, a paging service designed to reduce the everyday memory and/or planning problems of people with neurological deficits, is described. Following several research studies carried out toExpand
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Kick-starting Men's Mental Health: An Evaluation of the Effect of Playing Football on Mental Health Service Users' Well-Being
Previous research has shown that playing in a football team can have many positive benefits for mental health, including reducing social isolation and improving confidence. This article reports theExpand
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The importance of spirituality for people living with dementia.
  • H. Scott
  • Medicine
  • Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…
  • 17 February 2016
Spiritual care is an essential aspect of caring for people with dementia. It can improve their quality of life and give them the strength to cope with living with their condition. However,Expand
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Are nurses "too clever to care" and "too posh to wash"?
  • H. Scott
  • Medicine
  • British journal of nursing
  • 2004
At the recent RCN Congress the following resolution was debated: ‘That this meeting of the RCN Congress believes that the caring component of nursing should be devolved to healthcare assistants toExpand
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Nurses must not become substitute doctors.
  • H. Scott
  • Medicine
  • British journal of nursing
  • 1999
Recently, the Government announced that it wants to remove the demarcation lines between nurses and doctors and allow nurses to take on more duties currently performed by doctors. This announcementExpand
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Nurses worried about the erosion of the caring role.
  • H. Scott
  • Medicine
  • British journal of nursing
  • 1 April 2004
To mark the launch of the new clinically strengthened BJN, we conducted a survey to try and find out what nurses really think about their own profession (see page 351). Not surprisingly, there wasExpand
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Why does nursing theory fail in practice?
  • H. Scott
  • Medicine
  • British journal of nursing
  • 10 February 1994
It has been suggested that there is a large gap between what nurses know and what nurses do, which contributes to their diminished professional status.
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Nursing must begin researching its impact on patient outcomes.
  • H. Scott
  • Medicine
  • British journal of nursing
  • 2003
Recently there has been debate regarding the further reduction that is to be made to junior doctors' hours by August 2004 as a result of European working time directives. Doctors claim that thisExpand
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