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RFID-based drug management and electronic nursing service management systems

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed two Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)-based smart healthcare systems, namely 1) a drug management system and 2) an electronic nursing ser...

Prescribing Opioid Doses Based Solely on Pain Intensity

The American Society for Pain Management Nursing takes the position that other factors in addition to a patient's pain intensity should be considered when determining specific opioid doses. Pain Man...

New survey shows one-third of students experience high levels of psychological distress

More than one in three - an estimated 328,000 -- Ontario students in grades seven to 12 report moderate-to-serious psychological distress, according to new survey results from the Centre for Addiction...

One-third of students report elevated psychological distress, survey shows

More than one in three - an estimated 328,000—Ontario students in grades seven to 12 report moderate-to-serious psychological distress, according to new survey results from the Centre for Addiction ...

Maternal SRI treatment may cause microscopic changes in fetal brain structure

A new Finnish study shows that fetal exposure to commonly used SRI drugs may affect brain activity in newborns. The researchers suggest that the effects of drugs on fetal brain function should be asse...

Two Important NP Conferences to Attend in Fall 2016

Two important conferences for NPs will be taking place in the fall of 2016. First, the 33rd Annual High Risk Obstetric Nursing conference,  which is being held in New Orleans September 21 - 24, w...

Using ultrasound screening for fetal microcephaly

The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine released a statement on the use of ultrasound screening for fetal microcephaly following Zika virus exposure.

Fetal Programming and Environmental Exposures

This eBriefing explores recent discoveries, current challenges, and future directions in fetal programming research. It highlights the complex gene–gene and gene–environment interactions t...

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Evaluation of Clinical Diagnosis of Fetal Distress and Perinatal Outcome in a Low Resource Nigerian Setting.

Fetal distress has been shown to contribute to the increasing caesarean section rate. There has been controversy on the usefulness of clinical diagnosis of fetal distress using only the intermittent c...

Piloting an Automated Distress Management Program in an Oncology Practice.

New administrative requirements to provide assessment and treatment for distress in patients with cancer, as well as concern for positive patient outcomes, highlight oncology practitioners' need for a...

Moral Distress: A Qualitative Study of Emergency Nurses.

Although many nursing studies have focused on moral distress, very few have looked at moral distress and emergency nurses despite the fact that this group works in stressful, fast-paced environments t...

Should mental health nursing have a separate registration?

There has been debate over many years about whether mental health nursing should be a separate registration (along with learning disability nursing), or whether there should be one nursing registratio...

A Specific Distress Cutoff Score Shortly After Breast Cancer Diagnosis.

High levels of distress are expected shortly after the diagnosis breast cancer. The Distress Thermometer (DT) is commonly used to screen for distress, using a cutoff score of 4 or 5; however, this sco...

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