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The amount of time patients spend in hospital preparing for and recovering from elective surgery has reduced significantly in recent years. Nursing interventions associated with lengthy hospital admissions are no longer appropriate for patients who may only stay in hospital for hours rather than...
Aim To explore the experience and views of diabetes nurse specialists when they converted patients with type 2 diabetes to insulin therapy. Method An exploratory qualitative approach was taken, which involved individual interviews with four diabetes nurse specialist employed in either secondary...
Delirium is a common and under-reported problem in older adults. It can have a negative effect on patient outcomes and nurses often fail to identify it. This is the second part of an article that outlines nursing interventions based on the Roper, Logan and Tierney model of the activities of...
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