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Evidence-Based Nursing's Latest Table of Contents
2016 - 19 (3)
- Can the use of social media contribute towards Nursing and Midwifery Council revalidation?
- Using observational research to obtain a picture of nursing practice.
- Effective communicating starts with #hellomynameis.
- Further research needed before late pregnancy ultrasound can be recommended for all.
- The beneficial effect of a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil in the primary prevention of breast cancer among women at high cardiovascular risk in the PREDIMED Trial.
- Fatigue 2���months after myocardial infarction may indicate risk for persistent fatigue.
- Costs incurred by family caregivers of patients with palliative care needs.
- Abdominal massage may decrease gastric residual volumes and abdominal circumference in critically ill patients.
- A modification to the Valsalva manoeuvre improves its effectiveness in treating supraventricular tachycardia.
- Effects of an Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy programme on chronic pain patients.
- Home death versus hospital death: are they comparable at all?
- Implementation of a feasible monthly vitamin D intervention in homebound older adults using a Meals-on-Wheels programme.
- Legitimate opioid prescription increases the risk for future opioid misuse in some adolescents.
- Organisation of postnatal care affects parents' confidence and security following hospital discharge at 72���h or less.
- Patients are aware of risks of opioid dependence, yet note poor communication from providers about pain and pain management.
- Nasal balloon autoinflation can help clear middle ear effusion, improving the quality of life in school-aged children with glue ear.
- Mealtime assistance may increase the energy and protein intake of hospitalised older patients.
- Combining nurse-led care with patient self-assessment could enhance tight control of rheumatoid arthritis and management of comorbidities.
- Psycho-educational programmes led by experienced nurses may improve the coping abilities of implantable cardioverter defibrillator recipients.
- Continuity of midwifery care models improve outcomes for young women and babies.
- Caesarean delivery is associated with higher risk of depressive symptoms, pain and sexual dysfunction.
- Patients' perspectives on the impact of fasting while in hospital.
- Health values change over time in people with type 2 diabetes.
- Communication and support from healthcare professionals is essential for living kidney donors.
- Breast feeding could reduce the risk of childhood leukaemias.
- Low-pressure, knee-length compression stockings provide most comfort with no effect on thrombosis risk.
- Good peer relationships can attenuate the negative effect of horizontal violence on job satisfaction.
- Emergency department nurses report high workload and management pressure to meet 4���h treatment targets.