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It is easy to assume that elder abuse is not a priority in our society because people don’t care. The truth may be more complicated: people care so much that they can’t bear to think about it. In an age where there are few real taboos left, the abuse of older people is still so shocking it is...
This article describes a research study that explored the informal practice theories of nurses working with older people and the sources of those theories, and compared them with the relevant literature
This article is part of a series for care professionals and assistants on updating and learning new skills. It describes tympanic temperature and how to measure it.
This article explores anxiety states among older people and how they may overlap with depression. It discusses prevalence, symptoms and treatment, and aims to help nurses to develop appropriate intervention strategies and to know when they should refer patients to other health practitioners.
This article describes how a working group helped develop an education programme for older patients using local hospital and community services and explains how the programme was evaluated
Ask the Experts is a forum in which nurse consultants working with older people debate an issue in older people’s care and offer advice. This month they consider a question posed by Frances Grant
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