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March 2005 - Volume 35 - Issue 3
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UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT


URINARY TRACT INFECTION



Caring for older adults





Putting research into practice



MEDICATION DOUBLE CHECKS


UNLABELED SOLUTIONS



PATIENT ADVOCACY


INFORMED CONSENT


BOUNDARY ISSUES




Promoting health and wellness







NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: MEDIA COVERAGE OF NURSES


The good, the bad, and the ugly

Nursing2005. 35(3):33, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: NONINVASIVE TESTING


Pointing a finger at CAD

Nursing2005. 35(3):33-34, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE


Getting a whiff of trouble

Nursing2005. 35(3):34, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


Does your unit stock concentrated electrolyte solutions?

Nursing2005. 35(3):34, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: WORK SCHEDULES


Later shifts = more health risks

Nursing2005. 35(3):34-35, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: NATIONAL SURVEY


Nurses are “most trusted”—again

Nursing2005. 35(3):35, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: COLORECTAL CANCER


Better detection with fecal DNA test

Nursing2005. 35(3):35, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.

NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: BATTLEFIELD CARE


Ambulances may get virtual docs

Nursing2005. 35(3):35, March 2005.

Media portrayals of nurses: Cheers and jeers…late shifts linked to miscarriage and other problems…once again, nurses are the most-trusted professionals…and more.


Conquering PAIN: Have you tried these new techniques?

D'ARCY, YVONNE

Nursing2005. 35(3):36-41, March 2005.

Find out the latest about new drugs and technologies available to ease acute, chronic, and neuropathic pain.

Call a stroke code!

MILLER, JULIE; ELMORE, SHANE

Nursing2005. 35(3):58-63, March 2005.

If your patient is having a stroke, acting fast may prevent death or disability. Use this case study to guide your interventions.

contest winner


Mr. Gomez had a different agenda…

FITZPATRICK, SHARON A.

Nursing2005. 35(3):56-57, March 2005.

My patient wasn't interested in the hospice services I had to offer. Only later did I realize what was really on his mind.





QUIET INSPIRATION


FAMILY DYNAMICS







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