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Accepting a real-term pay cut is accepting an assault on nursing.
Motivational interviewing and HIV drug adherence.
Despite advances in HIV treatment, adherence rates remain low, with only around 50-70% of those who should be taking antiretroviral therapy fully concordant with the treatment regimen. This article explores why this might be. It analyses the literature on motivational interviewing, and its effective...
"Don't allow your trust to ignore its nurses".
Recognise the value of high-quality data.
Are visitors beneficial to patients in adult ICUs?
Despite their benefits, visits are limited in critical or intensive care settings. The British Association of Critical Care Nurses commissioned a position statement using evidence-based literature on visiting practices in adult ICUs. This article Thexamines the evidence, the benefits and drawbacks o...
Non-invasive ventilation in COPD exacerbations.
Acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a common reason for admission to hospital. Non-invasive ventilation using bilevel positive airway pressure has an important role in the management of acute hypercapnic (type 2) respiratory failure, particularlywhen pH is < 7.35. This art...
Providing high-quality end-of-life care universally.
We discuss an overview of the programme's successes, challenges and priorities for the future....
60 seconds with June Girvin.
Has nobody told Mr Hunt about the GP system in this country?
The ability to recognise care is your most valuable asset.