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Homecare nursing agency bought out by management team  

Investors have backed a management buyout of one of the country’s largest suppliers of agency nursing staff for domiciliary care.

Mindfulness training benefits U.S. veterans with diabetes

Mindfulness training, including focused breathing and awareness training, helped U.S. veterans with diabetes significantly lower their diabetes-related distress and blood sugar levels and improve thei...

ENA Appoints New Institute of Emergency Nursing Education Director

The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) announced Linda L. Morris, PhD, APN, CCNS, FCCM, is its new director of ENA's Institute of Emergency Nursing Education. In this role, Morris is responsible f...

Diagnostic accuracy of routine antenatal determination of fetal RHD status across gestation: population based cohort study

Objectives To assess the accuracy of fetal RHD genotyping using cell-free fetal DNA in maternal plasma at different gestational ages.Design A prospective multicentre cohort study.Setting Seven...

Link between past sexual violence and distress on pelvic exam

Women who have a history of violent sexual abuse may suffer emotional distress during a routine pelvic examination. Healthcare providers would benefit from greater awareness of symptoms predictive of ...

Transitioning to a Nursing Leadership Role

This article appeared Dec. 17 in the online edition of ADVANCE. 1. Fleig-Palmer, M and Schoorman, D. (2011), Trust as a moderator of the relationship between mentoring and knowledge transfer. Journal...

Milwaukee, Wis. - Marquette's Frenn Inducted Into Nursing Fellowship Society

Marilyn Frenn, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, professor of nursing at Marquette University, was recently named to the American Academy of Nursing Fellows. Frenn is one of 168 nurse leaders who were sel...

Nursing Management of Ebola & Pregnancy

Nursing intervention begins with assessing every patient for the risk of Ebola infection.

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Correlation between oxidative stress and G6PD activity in neonatal jaundice.

Fetal distress represents a pathophysiological condition in which oxygen is not available to the fetus in sufficient quantities. In cases of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency, under ...

Changes in caseness of anxiety and depression in breast cancer patients during the first year following surgery: Patterns of transiency and severity of the distress response.

Psychological distress is prevalent in patients with breast cancer and is viewed as a non-pathological occurrence. Severe distress and mental disorder display a substantial overlap in both conceptual ...

Phytotherapy Management: A New Intervention for Nursing Intervention Classification.

We present a new nurse intervention: "Phytotherapy Management," which has been accepted by the editorial board of the Nursing Interventions Classification for inclusion in the 7th edition of the Nursi...

Vantage point - Rediscover artistry in nursing assessments.

'NURSING HAS been dumbed down since trained' was the comment by a colleague of mine who recently returned to clinical practice. She described nursing as having become a set of boxes to be ticked.

Nurse Moral Distress and Cancer Pain Management: An Ethnography of Oncology Nurses in India.

The majority of cancer patients in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) present with late-stage, incurable disease, and basic tools to alleviate patient suffering-such as morphine-are often absent...

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