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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of conventional low-intensity transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) waveform and frequency characteristics on experimentally induced… (More)
Nurses believe that nutrition plays a vital role in patient recovery and they are highly critical of hospital food quality and preparation, according to a new survey published last week.
Mentally ill people are discriminated against in the workplace and do not have sufficient care provision in London's psychiatric services, according to two pieces of research published by the Royal… (More)
Cancer charities which provide specialist training for breast-care nurses should be given extra funding by the Department of Health, according to a report published yesterday by the all-party Commons… (More)
Nurses are 'willing and able to take up the challenge' of providing sex education in schools, the Royal College of Nursing has said.
There is increasing, but fragmented, evidence that patient- focused care is improving processes and quality of care, says a new survey.
The recent announcement of changes to the way the UK's special hospitals will be run has been widely welcomed in the health service. But professionals involved in the care of mentally ill patients… (More)
The purpose of this study was to use electromyography to determine the level and pattern of muscle activity of the rectus abdominus and T10, L1, and L3 erector spinae muscle in healthy subjects and… (More)
District nurses threatened with redundancy in Northern Ireland have been graded on a points scale to assess the likelihood of them losing their jobs or being downgraded.