Tag Archives: Nursing Times

Empathic Curiosity (Nursing Times / Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing)

Summary Empathic curiosity is an approach to establishing modes of communication when caring for people with dementia. The approach is based on an attempted appreciation their experiences and feelings. “Adopting an empathic and curious stance may help to establish the … Continue reading

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FallSafe Project: Falls Prevention Care Bundle (Nursing Times / Clinical Medicine)

Summary This article describes a regional initiative to falls prevention, involving the development of champions to give falls avoidance a high priority on hospital wards. It discusses lessons learned. “There should be no complacency: on a 36-bed ward, even a … Continue reading

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Responsibility for End-of-Life Care in Care Homes Without On-Site Nursing Provision (Nursing Times / Health & Social Care in the Community)

Summary Many care homes in England do not have nurses on site and rely on visits from GPs and district nurses for primary care and referral to specialist services. A recent study examined expectations and experiences of the responsibility for … Continue reading

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The Francis Inquiry Re-Interpreted in the Light of Classic Social Psychology Experiments

Summary The Report of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public Inquiry goes into some detail when considering the impact of social influences on nursing staff and other NHS employees. Volume 3, in particular, has large sections dedicated to NHS culture and values. … Continue reading

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Triangle of Care Approach (Nursing Times)

Summary The Triangle of Care guide, outlining how to improve the care for dementia sufferers by involving carers, has been discussed in Parliament. Full Text Link (Note: This article may require a suitable Athens password, a journal subscription or payment for … Continue reading

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Non-Pharmacological Management of Behavioural Symptoms in Dementia (JAMA)

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 5, January 2013]. Summary Since pharmacological treatment (i.e. antipsychotic medication) for the treatment of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia … Continue reading

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HSJ / Nursing Times: Patient Safety Award 2012

[A version of this item features in Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust), Volume 3 Issue 4, November 2012]. Summary Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust won the 2012 Nursing Times Patient Safety in Clinical Practice Award. Full Text … Continue reading

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Care Integration Awards: Recognising and Rewarding Excellence in Collaborative Healthcare Practice (HSJ / Nursing Times)

Summary The Care Integration Awards celebrate and recognise health services which provide high quality, effective and “joined-up” care solutions for patients and service users. The awards acknowledge organisations and individuals “at the forefront” in offering integrated care geared to ensuring … Continue reading

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