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- Telemonitoring Improves Diabetes Control, but More Work Is Needed
- Physical Activity Can Successfully Be Promoted to Older Adults Within a Primary Care Setting by Trained Nurses
- Postpartum Depression Can Be Prevented in Low-Income Mothers Using Interpersonal Psychotherapy
- Information Gaps in Medication Communication During Clinical Handover Calls for a Different Approach
- Group-Based Educational Interventions in 11-16-Year-Olds Can Be Effective in Supporting Suboptimal Diabetes Control
Evidence-Based Nursing's Latest Table of Contents
- Supportive care model could be used to inform interventions and service development to improve quality of care for older people.
- Pregnancy in women with sickle cell disease is associated with risk of maternal and perinatal mortality and severe morbidity.
- Care of the older person.
- Cognitive-behavioural therapy may reduce high rates of service use among frequent primary care attenders.
- Simulated patient deterioration situations reveals taxonomy of the decisions made by nursing students.
- Caesarean section increases risk of preterm birth in subsequent pregnancy.
- Physical activity as a core component of the nursing curriculum.
- Palliative care improves quality of life and reduces symptom burden in adults with life-limiting illness.
- Brief motivational intervention delivered in the emergency department can reduce hazardous drinking and risky sexual behaviour.
- Alcohol consumption during pregnancy and breast feeding in Canada is prevalent and not strongly associated with mental health status.
- Increased physical activity in women following myocardial infarction improves health-related quality of life.
- Mindfulness training can reduce depression and anxiety among nurses.
- More research needed on animal-assisted interventions in dementia.
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- Fields of nursing: do we need them, what should they be and when should nurses choose theirs?
- Greater nurse autonomy associated with lower mortality and failure to rescue rates.
- Undertaking research with children and young people.
- Task-based weight management programme delivered in primary care promotes better long-term weight loss among women from lower socioeconomic groups than usual practice.
- Spouses with partners with dementia living in institutional care develop visiting routines that help to maintain the spousal relationship.
- Parents require more information on how to manage their child's postoperative pain at home.
- Second thoughts about palliative sedation.
- Impact of spousal bereavement for carers of people with dementia.
- Body mass index in adolescence may influence the risk of cardiovascular disease later in life.