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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
Evidence-Based Nursing's Latest Table of Contents
- Further research supports association between antidepressant use and elevated risk of postpartum haemorrhage.
- Cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia is effective, safe and highly deployable.
- Nurses require confidence, knowledge and communication skills for referrals to doctors.
- Health, psychosocial and workplace characteristics may identify nurses and midwives at risk of high absenteeism.
- Assessment and treatment of persistent pain in nursing home residents should be implemented systematically to prevent suffering.
- Reporting of professional misconduct is influenced by nurses' level of education and managerial experience.