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The four basic techniques of medical imaging are X-ray, ultrasound, magnetic resonance and radionuclide. This article describes imaging techniques that display anatomical structure and those that are better at showing the physiological function of organs and tissues. Safety and preparation...
Aim To record post-registration community nurses’ perceptions of the impact of work-based learning on the quality of patient care. Method Ten nurses were interviewed. Each interviewee, who had successfully completed work-based learning programmes, was asked to describe their impact on the...
This article discusses the UK’s most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection, Chlamydia . It outlines the nurse’s role in diagnosis, treatment and health promotion, including encouraging condom use, medications, partner notification and emphasising the importance of avoiding sexual...
This information on best practice is based on a systematic review ( Hodgkinson et al 2006 ) conducted by the Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, formerly a collaborating centre of the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI). The primary references on which this information is based are...
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