Abstracts: The international financial institutions and human rights: Law and practice. Women's rights as human rights: the Turkish case
Abstracts: Revealing and concealing: Islamist discourse on human rights. Legislative reforms in Turkey and European human rights mechanisms
Abstracts: Air Canada equity plans daunting. Midnight deadline for Air Canada. Cost cuts send Air Canada to profit
Abstracts: Calgary's new-home market on fire. Threat of new office space records rent hikes. Vehicle sales post record July
Abstracts: Thomson reports earnings drop. Life after cod. Cogeco pins customer loss on satellite rivals
Abstracts: Indinavir crystallization around the loop of Henle: experimental evidence. Increasing incidence of avascular necrosis of the hip in HIV-infected patients
Abstracts: Epidemiologic and clinical features of HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected Ugandian children younger than 18 months
Abstracts: Are vertical restraints pro- or anticompetitive? Lessons from Interstate Circuit. Workers' compensation rate regulation: how price controls increase costs
Abstracts: Andrew Holt. Peter Dean. Hot Seat
Abstracts: Strike force. Stadium catering. McCullough in Budget Boutique Chain
Abstracts: Alex Salussolia. Ace of clubs. Profile
Abstracts: Simon Woodroffe. Mystery shopper: the great Xscape. Food for Thought
Abstracts: A new lease of life. Long live the local. Trading Places
Abstracts: Mystery shopper: Tailor made. Suite talking. Looking to the Future
Abstracts: Less is more. The grand finale. More time please!
Abstracts: Night shift put nurses at risk. It's a crime. The heat is on
Abstracts: Now wash your hands. Nurses angry over implied collusion on statements. Minimum age limit for training to be scrapped
Abstracts: Poor KSF progress puts careers at risk. Why are midwife numbers in crisis?; recent nurse recruitment successes have not been matched in maternity care
Abstracts: Surveillance and management of salmonella food poisoning. NHS inquiries may be 'buried'. Taxation, taxation, taxation
Abstracts: It's all right for some. The quality of care patients receive varies according to the type of cancer they have
Abstracts: Workforce plans may hit nurses' pay. How pension reform will hit nurses. NT Helpdesk
Abstracts: Winning combination. 'Job cuts are dressed up in confusing terminology. Nursing on the edge of the desert
Abstracts: 'Health messages are seen as being for other people'. 'Nurses may be busy, but they don't have to prove it'. Will nurses get what they want for Christmas?
Abstracts: 'It's time nursing got loud about public health'. Rear view. A year is a long time in nursing
Abstracts: Nurses warn Alzheimer's drugs ban will lead to more sedation. Caught between a rock and a hard place
Abstracts: Implementing groupwork in primary care to meet client need. Call to address sexual health needs. Click here for e-learning
Abstracts: Patient protection puts nurses at risk. Clinical governance in the real world. Who's afraid of clinical governance?
Abstracts: "I've learnt so much about people and cultures". Breaking the sound barrier. Nurse education needs a lifeline
Abstracts: Winners and losers in agenda for change. A world-class vision of the future. Clinical governance in the real world
Abstracts: Should nurses give medication without the patient's consent? Applying clinical governance in hospice care
Abstracts: "Ageing Londoners deserve more focused healthcare". Let's end the stigma of mental illness. When parents have a mental illness
Abstracts: Poaching staff from poorer nations is a 'short-term fix.'(recruiting overseas nurses, United Kingdom; global nursing partnerships conference, United States)
Abstracts: Old before their time; why are people with learning disabilities misplaced in nursing homes? Casualties of war
Abstracts: Why is mental health care still in crisis? Guard against conveyor-belt care. Is dope still on the ropes?
Abstracts: Factors influencing effective independent nurse prescribing. High time for a change?
Abstracts: Who will train the inspectors. Food allergies, food intolerance and food-related anaphylaxis. Acting on dilemmas in palliative care
Abstracts: The future of nursing regulation. Relatives 'have right' to see CPR. Taking a stand
Abstracts: Forge ahead with foreign exchange. Understanding is the key. Just do it
Abstracts: 'We all need to challenge practices that do not value a person's right to dignity'. How green was my valley
Abstracts: A multiprofessional pioneer in A and E. Jane Warner the voice of primary care. Day in the life
Abstracts: Organising an awareness week to target hand hygiene practice. Postcards from the edge
Abstracts: Analysis. Cosmetic procedure nurses to face new competencies. Best practice
Abstracts: Nurses fearful of 'right-to-die' law. What to live "la vida locum'? Tomorrow's world
Abstracts: Teaching nurses the importance of microbiology for infection control. Quality of nursing at risk, warns RCN
Abstracts: 'Tis the season to be ready. From ivory towers to brass tacks. Professional development: The hepatitis viruses
Abstracts: Is nursing a job for life? Work opportunities across the world. What to live "la vida locum'?
Abstracts: Making the most of your student days. Surviving the student years. ...and lecturers should have workload audit
Abstracts: More choice madness coming your way. Reforms herald an uncertain future. Should healthcare assistancts be called nurses?
Abstracts: Nurses may be forced to bear the brunt of the AfC funding shortfall. Male nurse takes NHS pension scheme to court
Abstracts: GPs' poor relations. Nurse-friendly integrated care pathways. From ivory towers to brass tacks
Abstracts: Low demand for homeowner help. New plans to protect nurses from attacks. Victory for common sense as 'stalkers' charter' is thrown out
Abstracts: Will Agenda for Change leave nurses short changed? Nurses in England lose out after full pay rise agreed in rest of UK
Abstracts: GPs' poor relations. The gift of life. Communicating with unconscious patients
Abstracts: Making a mark in dermatology. A new approach to care homes. Life support for television
Abstracts: The role of the Citizen's Advice Bureau in supporting health care. Fed up with poor food
Abstracts: Nurse-friendly integrated care pathways. An uphill struggle. Three of a kind?
Abstracts: How one nurse made a business of caring. A sign of understanding. The gift of life
Abstracts: Nurse-led triage in general practice. Guidance on improving the nutrition of hospital patients. Communicating with unconscious patients
Abstracts: Lymphoma legacy. Power to the patient. Professional development: The hepatitis viruses
Abstracts: Mental health nursing faces a future of cultural change. Waiting to happen; the findings of an inquiry into the death of a man who waited nine hours in A&E to be seen by a doctor should act as a 'wake-up call' for hospitals throughout the UK
Abstracts: RCN will not ballot on pay. PRB to scrutinise on-call payments. Pressure on GPs to honour pay rises
Abstracts: Charity begins at 3,000m; blazing sun, merciless wind, a pair of hiking boots and an enormous mountain. Fancy it?
Abstracts: Financial pressures raise the stakes on nursing pay decision. 1.5m pounds for Scotland
Abstracts: Nurses register their disapproval of CTOs. Is it time for new abortion limits? Nurses angry over implied collusion on statements
Abstracts: Improving practice with the Liverpool Care Pathway. Reducing antibiotic use in the fight against MRSA. Psychosocial rehabilitation after burn injuries
Abstracts: Living and working in Scotland. Best practice. Sharp fall in home visits
Abstracts: NRT prescribing rules relaxed. Taking control of hygiene standards. Call to address sexual health needs
Abstracts: Doubts raised over leg ischaemia care. A reward in itself. On the road to recovery
Abstracts: The missing link. Are performance targets overrated. Taking the lead on implementation
Abstracts: Respect: protecting the privacy and dignity of patients is a long-standing staple of nursing. So why has the Department of Health included it as a clinical benchmark?
Abstracts: Developing advanced nursing practice roles in cancer care. Psychological aspects of wound healing. Intermittent sequential compression therapy
Abstracts: Guidelines on use of restraint in neuroscience settings. How to nurse with dispassion. Psychological aspects of wound healing
Abstracts: All is lost if we cannot provide fundamental care. How do we improve older people's care? Who will train the inspectors
Abstracts: Lack of staff implicated in deaths. Reflections on research: we need to better evaluate services we provide. A&E services deteriorating steadily
Abstracts: The effect of an organisational model on the standard of care. NHS down 30,000 young nurses over 10 years
Abstracts: Recruiting and training senior nurses using a rotational model. Poaching staff from poorer nations is a 'short-term fix.'(recruiting overseas nurses, United Kingdom; global nursing partnerships conference, United States)
Abstracts: Do all nurses need to have a degree. Is your message getting through? Is a new benchmark necessary to tackle nurses' communication skills?
Abstracts: Trusts must listen to infection control nurses. Why are nurses still being attacked? Despite four years of zero tolerance, nurses still face abuse from patients
Abstracts: Nurse wins battle for cancer drug. Healers help leukemia patients. All you need is help
Abstracts: Dying for a nurse. Reducing overcrowding on student practice placements. How to learn form the locals
Abstracts: Nurses face demotion to cut deficit. Are nurses receptive to an evidence-based newletter? An uphill struggle
Abstracts: Working out on the wards. Improving patient's privacy and dignity on mixed-sex wards. Men, monasteries, wars and wards
Abstracts: Using action learning to support and develop the role of matrons. Three of a kind?
Abstracts: A nurse-led ward attender service in urology. All right on the nights. Best practice
Abstracts: Judging competence. Has NMC shake-up bypassed nurses? Many nurses are unaware of the consultation on planned changes to nursing regulation
Abstracts: It's time nurses had more say in plans to tackle the MRSA crisis. Are nurses receptive to an evidence-based newletter?
Abstracts: EU recruits - who needs them most? Patient group directions: training practitioners for competency. Conflict in court?
Abstracts: Nurses back NT campaign. Sixty years on: what nurses think about the NHS. Understanding is the key
Abstracts: Understanding the legal implications of living wills. Nurse prescribing: the big picture. Developing the role of the nurse endoscopist
Abstracts: RCM calls it a day on night rate. Nurses feel effects of `pay cut'. Midwives could be owed 'thousands' in back-pay
Abstracts: PRB to scrutinise on-call payments. Pay deal or no pay deal? 'Where are unions' teeth when it comes to the fight?'
Abstracts: An independent mind. Super Nurse. Hancock spurns place in college's hall of fame
Abstracts: Make your workplace better by design. College aids struck-off nurses. Handful of 8,000 eligible HCAs join up
Abstracts: Nurse prescribers are not rewarded for this new responsibility. RCN will not ballot on pay
Abstracts: Opportunities for nurses in a private finance initiative. Evaluation of an evidence-based nursing tool for acute hospitals
Abstracts: Let's hear it for nurses in care homes. Nursing homes can enhance your skills. Government may scrap homes
Abstracts: Nurses cautious about donation rules. Claims that night shifts cause cancer called into question. Night shift put nurses at risk
Abstracts: UK nurses are in demand overseas. University to boost number of nurses. OU launches course for HCAs
Abstracts: Do trusts know where to draw the line when trying to cut costs? Nurse, I've got a bad line
Abstracts: Government plays the numbers game. UK near top of league table for nurse attacks. Nurse practitioners are 'missed opportunity.'(advocated use of emergency nurse practitioners; United Kingdom)
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