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Trauma course content after the gulf war

01 December 2001

Emergency Nurse

A&S Science

The Gulf War ended in the Spring of 1991. It represented a major departure from previous wars, in that it was the first modern war to involve British troops under...

Computerised assessment system ready for roll out

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

A computerised patient assessment system is to be rolled out to A&E departments at 25 trusts, according to NHS guidance due to be published this month.

The value of OTs to older people in A&E

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

Journal scan

The National Service Framework for Older People published in 2001 in England requires action to improve the discharge process of older people from hospital....

Proposals for rule change on EN diamorphine use

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

A&E nurses will be able to supply and administer diamorphine under patient group directions (PGDs), according to government proposals.

Voting to start in A&E election battle

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

RCN A&E Nursing Association members are to vote this month on who will take up four vacant seats on its seven-strong steering committee.

Respiratory link to winter pressures

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

A King’s Fund report into winter pressures has stressed the need for better care provision for elderly people with chronic respiratory illness.

Online access to lifelong learning

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

Emergency nurses can access a dedicated on-line service at the National electronic Library for Health (NeLH) to help in their lifelong learning.

Stepping up emergency care

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

The number of people attending A&E after accidents involving ladders has risen by more than 60 per cent in the past decade. According to figures released last month...

New appointment for Jill Windle

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

Lecturer practitioner at Salford University and Hope Hospital Jill Windle last month took over as chair of the committee of trauma nursing UK, which oversees trauma...

Healthcare guidance on sexual assault

01 February 2002

Emergency Nurse

News

The Drugs and Therapeutics Bulletin has published guidance on the management of adults who have been sexually assaulted. Last month’s issue addresses initial...
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