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    Assistant practitioners can free nurses to focus on advanced practice but there are concerns about delegation of care to an unregulated workforce.

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    Relatives may notice inadequacies in care when a relative with dementia is admitted to hospital. This study gathered views of carers to indicate how care can be improved.

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    Health workers need to understand how to respond to patients with, or at risk of, ebola to ensure any isolated cases occurring in the UK do not result in an outbreak

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    Nursing Times Learning has launched a new unit on hydration, which discusses how to recognise signs of dehydration and ensure patients receive adequate oral hydration

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    An academy for newly appointed HCAs and learning during their first six months in post ensures they have the skills, knowledge and understanding required

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    Growing evidence on the link between nurse staffing levels and the quality of care have led to the development of a tool and guidance to calculate safe staffing levels

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    Training healthcare assistants from nursing and therapy teams to pick up the early signs of dementia and offer one-to-one support is reaping benefits in a large acute hospital.

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    With poor nutrition all too common, the involvement of mealtime volunteers on a ward caring for older people has led to positive outcomes for patients, staff and volunteers.

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    Training healthcare assistants from nursing and therapy teams to pick up the early signs of dementia and offer one-to-one support is reaping benefits in a large acute hospital.

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    With poor nutrition all too common, the involvement of mealtime volunteers on a ward caring for older people has led to positive outcomes for patients, staff and volunteers.

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    Assistant practitioners can free nurses to focus on advanced practice but there are concerns about delegation of care to an unregulated workforce.

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    Relatives may notice inadequacies in care when a relative with dementia is admitted to hospital. This study gathered views of carers to indicate how care can be improved.

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    Discharge assessment for frail older people in acute care is complex and slow. A discharge framework can help nurses integrate discharge guidance into daily practice

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    A step-by-step guide to the procedure for inserting an indwelling urinary catheter into a female patient

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    In Wales, an acute clinical team delivers patient-centred intermediate care to support people in their homes and reduce hospital admissions

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    The normal ageing process brings about changes to the cardiovascular system that mean the heart works less efficiently. What exactly happens and why?

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    An overview of catheter drainage and support systems

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    Assistant practitioners can free nurses to focus on advanced practice but there are concerns about delegation of care to an unregulated workforce.

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    Leg ulcer care has been partly delegated to healthcare assistants: what questions does this raise? Could other associate nursing roles step in to help?

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    The normal ageing process brings about changes to the respiratory system which mean older people are at increased risk of respiratory tract infections. What exactly happens and why?

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