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- 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
- Breast Feeding Could Reduce the Risk of Childhood Leukaemias
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- Telemonitoring improves diabetes control, but more work is needed.
- Application of heat prior to intravenous catheter insertion to improve comfort and safety for patients requires further research.
- Early warning tools may assist in the identification of clinical deterioration in the new-born nursery.
- Earplugs could be an effective sleep hygiene strategy to reduce delirium in the ICU.
- Self-management programme for people with dementia and their spouses demonstrates some benefits, but the model has limitations.
- DemDel, a nursing-led practice-based delirium intervention, improves certain outcomes for older cognitively impaired inpatients.
- Psychological treatment is one of the several important components to the effective management of postpartum depression.
- Nursing home residents prefer fewer interventions and the nursing home instead of hospital for place of death.
- Pregnancy-specific telephone support helps reduce maternal smoking.
- Meaningful use of Twitter in nursing education may improve student learning and should be considered as a viable educational tool to assist in the development of digital professionalism.
- Vital role of school nursing.
- Patients who self-monitor or self-manage can improve the quality of their oral anticoagulation therapy.
- Staffing and nurse-perceived quality of care.
- Telephone delivery of interpersonal psychotherapy by certified nurse-midwives may help reduce symptoms of postpartum depression.
- Meeting the needs of families: facilitating access to credible healthcare information.
- Advance care planning and palliative care.
- Ethical context of nursing research.