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I read with interest that South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust is paying for its senior nurses to top up their diplomas to degrees (news March 14). This is part of the trust's drive to secure Magnet status.
I read with interest the art&science article on the use of simulation as a teaching strategy (May 5). Many universities have invested huge sums in developing skills laboratories in the quest for state-of-the-art facilities. But to what end?
As a nurse lecturer, I endorse the comments of physiotherapist Jacqui Smith on the safe manual handling of patients (features March 30). Ms Smith cites the use of the drag lift - where patients are brought to a standing position by being lifted under their armpits.
Written primarily for use by doctors, senior nurses and other senior health workers in developing countries, this pocket-sized publication provides guidelines for inpatient and outpatient management of the major causes of childhood and outpatient management of the major causes of childhood mortality. These include pneumonia, diarrhoea, severe malnutrition,… (More)
Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor describes the experiences of children with complex and continuing health needs and their families accessing everyday facilities such as shops, leisure activities and public transport (art & science April 8).