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Anonymous 1998: Nurse wins dismissal case. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(7): 7-7
Sprinks, J. 2009: Nurse wins record compensation of £490,000 after assault at work. Nursing Standard 1987) 23(17): 10-10
Gulland, A. 2015: Nurse with Ebola virus remains in critical condition. Bmj 350: H36
Van Bogaert, P.; van Heusden, D.; Timmermans, O.; Franck, E. 2014: Nurse work engagement impacts job outcome and nurse-assessed quality of care: model testing with nurse practice environment and nurse work characteristics as predictors. Frontiers in Psychology 5: 1261
Ma, C.; Olds, D.M.; Dunton, N.E. 2015: Nurse work environment and quality of care by unit types: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Nursing Studies 52(10): 1565-1572
Uchida-Nakakoji, M.; Stone, P.W.; Schmitt, S.K.; Phibbs, C.S. 2015: Nurse workforce characteristics and infection risk in VA Community Living Centers: a longitudinal analysis. Medical Care 53(3): 261-267
Merrifield, N. 2015: Nurse workforce growth stalls as NHS budgets bite. Nursing Times 111(39): 2-3
Faisy, C.; Davagnar, C.; Ladiray, D.; Djadi-Prat, J.; Esvan, M.; Lenain, E.; Durieux, P.; Leforestier, J-François.; Marlet, C.; Seijo, M.; Guillou, A. 2016: Nurse workload and inexperienced medical staff members are associated with seasonal peaks in severe adverse events in the adult medical intensive care unit: A seven-year prospective study. International Journal of Nursing Studies 62: 60-70
Sprinks, J. 2015: NICE to cast independent eye over chief nurse's safe staffing guidance. Nursing Standard: 29(47): 11
Goldstein, J.S.; Nastoupil, L.J.; Han, X.; Jemal, A.; Ward, E.; Flowers, C.R. 2018: Disparities in survival by insurance status in follicular lymphoma. Blood 132(11): 1159-1166
Queiβer, M.; Granieri, D.; Burton, M. 2016: A new frontier in CO2 flux measurements using a highly portable DIAL laser system. Scientific Reports 6(45): 33834
Longhurst, C. 2015: NHS staff urged to speak up about assault as acute care attacks rise. Nursing Standard: 30(13): 7
Santos, A. 2016: Nurse's guide to guided imagery. Nursing 46(1): 55-58
Knowlton, M.C. 2015: Nurse's guide to surgical drain removal. Nursing 45(9): 59-61
Dean, E. 2016: Shift in culture frees up time for nurses to spend with patients. Nursing Management 23(5): 8-9
Anonymous 2013: Nurse's hep C test yields speedy results. Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(8): 11
Anonymous 2005: Nurse's idea offers women new femininity. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(3): 5-5
Dean, E. 2011: Nurse's innovation helps HCAs bring down pressure ulcer rates. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(19): 9-9
Cunningham, C. 2010: Nurse's interventions offer excellence in dementia care. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(43): 33-33
Anonymous 2016: Nurse's murder sentence is upheld. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(49): 9
Valizadeh, L.; Zamanzadeh, V.; Dewar, B.; Rahmani, A.; Ghafourifard, M. 2018: Nurse's perceptions of organisational barriers to delivering compassionate care: A qualitative study. Nursing Ethics 25(5): 580-590
Gupte, P.; Swaminathan, N. 2016: Nurse's perceptions of physiotherapists in critical care team: Report of a qualitative study. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine: Peer-Reviewed Official Publication of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine 20(3): 141-145
de Peyrolle, M. 2014: Nurse's role facing an infected wound. Revue de l'Infirmiere 2014(206): 45-46
Sasso, Mène.; Bourgeois, N. 2015: Nurse's role in the diagnosis of onychomycosis. Revue de l'Infirmiere 2015(211): 53-54
Sasso, Mène.; Bourgeois, N. 2015: Nurse's role of the culture and microbiological examination of mucus. Revue de l'Infirmiere 2015(207): 53-54
Chevillotte, Jérôme. 2015: Nurse, a profession that has a hard time moving forward. Revue de l'Infirmiere 2015(210): 1
Dyer, I. 1995: Nurse, heal thyself. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(21): 10-10
Monroe, D.; King, C.; Sullivan, K. 2015: Nurse, interrupted. Nursing 45(12): 10
Anonymous 2001: Nurse, nurse. Nursing Management 8(7): 38
Anonymous 2016: Nurse, nurse. Nursing Management 8(8): 39
Ewing, C. 2016: Nurse-Administered Sedation. Critical Care Nurse 36(4): 80-81
Johnson, P.; Gilman, A.; Lintner, A.; Buckner, E. 2016: Nurse-Driven Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection Reduction Process and Protocol: Development Through an Academic-Practice Partnership. Critical Care Nursing Quarterly 39(4): 352-362
Timmons, B.; Vess, J.; Conner, B. 2017: Nurse-Driven Protocol to Reduce Indwelling Catheter Dwell Time: A Health Care Improvement Initiative. Journal of Nursing Care Quality 32(2): 104-107
Pressler, S.J.; Titler, M.; Koelling, T.M.; Riley, P.L.; Jung, M.; Hoyland-Domenico, L.; Ronis, D.L.; Smith, D.G.; Bleske, B.E.; Dorsey, S.G.; Giordani, B. 2015: Nurse-Enhanced Computerized Cognitive Training Increases Serum Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor Levels and Improves Working Memory in Heart Failure. Journal of Cardiac Failure 21(8): 630-641
Rosenberg, K. 2016: Nurse-Initiated Protocols Can Reduce ED Wait Times. American Journal of Nursing 116(11): 62
Hsieh, P-Lun.; Chen, C-Min. 2016: Nurse-Led Care Models in the Context of Community Elders With Chronic Disease Management: A Systematic Review. Hu Li Za Zhi Journal of Nursing 63(4): 35-49
Rosenberg, K. 2016: Nurse-Led Intervention Helps Improve Infant Sleep. American Journal of Nursing 116(10): 61
Olaiya, M.T.; Cadilhac, D.A.; Kim, J.; Ung, D.; Nelson, M.R.; Srikanth, V.K.; Bladin, C.F.; Gerraty, R.P.; Fitzgerald, S.M.; Phan, T.G.; Frayne, J.; Thrift, A.G. 2016: Nurse-Led Intervention to Improve Knowledge of Medications in Survivors of Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Frontiers in Neurology 7: 205
Jordan, S.; Gabe-Walters, M.Ellenor.; Watkins, A.; Humphreys, I.; Newson, L.; Snelgrove, S.; Dennis, M.S. 2015: Nurse-Led Medicines' Monitoring for Patients with Dementia in Care Homes: A Pragmatic Cohort Stepped Wedge Cluster Randomised Trial. Plos one 10(10): E0140203
Wang, Y.; Yang, L.; Zhou, M.; Shen, L.; Zhang, J.; Deng, W.; Liang, L.; Hu, R.; Yang, W.; Yao, Y.; Zhang, Z. 2018: Disparities in survival for right-sided vs. left-sided colon cancers in young patients: a study based on the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results database (1990-2014). Cancer management and research 10: 1735-1747
Haugen, M.; Kelly, K.Patterson.; Leonard, M.; Mills, D.; Sung, L.; Mowbray, C.; Landier, W. 2016: Nurse-Led Programs to Facilitate Enrollment to Children's Oncology Group Cancer Control Trials. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing: Official Journal of the Association of Pediatric Oncology Nurses 33(5): 387-391
Tucker, S.; Lanningham-Foster, L.M. 2015: Nurse-Led School-Based Child Obesity Prevention. Journal of School Nursing: the Official Publication of the National Association of School Nurses 31(6): 450-466
Driscoll, A.; Currey, J.; Tonkin, A.Maxwell. 2016: Nurse-Led Titration of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors, β-Adrenergic Blocking Agents, and Angiotensin Receptor Blockers in Patients With Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction. JAMA Cardiology 1(7): 842-843
Mollard, E.; Brage Hudson, D. 2016: Nurse-Led Trauma-Informed Correctional Care for Women. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care 52(3): 224-230
Irewall, A-Lotta.; Ögren, J.; Bergström, L.; Laurell, K.; Söderström, L.; Mooe, T. 2015: Nurse-Led, Telephone-Based, Secondary Preventive Follow-Up after Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack Improves Blood Pressure and LDL Cholesterol: Results from the First 12 Months of the Randomized, Controlled NAILED Stroke Risk Factor Trial. Plos one 10(10): E0139997
Ely, L.T. 2015: Nurse-Managed Clinics: Barriers and Benefits Toward Financial Sustainability when Integrating Primay Care and Mental Health. Nursing Economic\$ 33(4): 193-202; Quiz 203
Kang, J-Hee.; Kim, C-Woung.; Lee, S-Yi. 2016: Nurse-Perceived Patient Adverse Events depend on Nursing Workload. Osong Public Health and Research Perspectives 7(1): 56-62
Bowes, E.; Ansari, B.; Cairns, H. 2016: Nurse-Performed Local-Anesthetic Insertions of PD Catheters: One Unit's Experience. Peritoneal Dialysis International: Journal of the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis 36(6): 589-591
Renz, S.M.; Carrington, J.M. 2016: Nurse-Physician Communication in Long-Term Care: Literature Review. Journal of Gerontological Nursing 2016: 1-8
Austeng, D.; Morken, T.Sund.; Bolme, S.; Follestad, T.; Halsteinli, V. 2016: Nurse-administered intravitreal injections of anti-VEGF: study protocol for noninferiority randomized controlled trial of safety, cost and patient satisfaction. Bmc Ophthalmology 16(1): 169
Li, E.; Greenberg, P.B.; Krzystolik, M.G. 2015: Nurse-administered intravitreal injections: a systematic review. Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 253(9): 1619-1621
Butler, K. 1994: Nurse-aid management of children 1: accidents. British Journal of Nursing 3(11): 579-582
Butler, K. 1994: Nurse-aid management of children 2: breathing difficulties and collapse. British Journal of Nursing 3(12): 623-627
Mercadante, S.; Prestia, G.; Casuccio, A. 2016: Nurse-based monitoring and management of breakthrough pain in an acute pain relief and palliative care unit. Hospital Practice 44(4): 203-206
Güder, Gülmisal.; Störk, S.; Gelbrich, G.; Brenner, S.; Deubner, N.; Morbach, C.; Wallenborn, J.; Berliner, D.; Ertl, G.; Angermann, C.E. 2015: Nurse-coordinated collaborative disease management improves the quality of guideline-recommended heart failure therapy, patient-reported outcomes, and left ventricular remodelling. European Journal of Heart Failure 17(4): 442-452
Simoni, J.M.; Yang, J.P.; Shiu, C-Shi.; Chen, W-Ti.; Udell, W.; Bao, M.; Zhang, L.; Lu, H. 2015: Nurse-delivered counselling intervention for parental HIV disclosure: results from a pilot randomized controlled trial in China. Aids 29 Suppl. 1: S99
Hutchings, S.; Bisset, L.; Cantillon, L.; Keating-Brown, P.; Jeffreys, S.; Muzvidziwa, C.; Richmond, E.; Rees, P. 2015: Nurse-delivered focused echocardiography to determine intravascular volume status in a deployed maritime critical care unit. Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 101(2): 124-128
Anonymous 2016: Nurse-designed family support rooms make wards feel like home. Nursing Older People 28(7): 7
Neunhoeffer, F.; Kumpf, M.; Renk, H.; Hanelt, M.; Berneck, N.; Bosk, A.; Gerbig, I.; Heimberg, E.; Hofbeck, M. 2015: Nurse-driven pediatric analgesia and sedation protocol reduces withdrawal symptoms in critically ill medical pediatric patients. Paediatric Anaesthesia 25(8): 786-794
Gray, C.; Christensen, M.; Bakon, S. 2016: Nurse-initiated and criteria-led discharge from hospital for children and young people. Nursing Children and Young people 28(8): 26-29
Lavesen, M.; Ladelund, S.; Frederiksen, A.J.; Lindhardt, B.Ø.; Overgaard, D. 2016: Nurse-initiated telephone follow-up on patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease improves patient empowerment, but cannot prevent readmissions. Danish Medical Journal 63(10)
Conway, J.; Higgins, I.; Hullick, C.; Hewitt, J.; Dilworth, S. 2015: Nurse-led ED support for residential aged care facility staff: an evaluation study. International emergency nursing 23(2): 190-196
Khorasani, P.; Rassouli, M.; Parvizy, S.; Zagheri-Tafreshi, M.; Nasr-Esfahani, M. 2015: Nurse-led action research project for expanding nurses' role in patient education in Iran: Process, structure, and outcomes. Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research 20(3): 387-397
Edelman, D.; Dolor, R.J.; Coffman, C.J.; Pereira, K.C.; Granger, B.B.; Lindquist, J.H.; Neary, A.M.; Harris, A.J.; Bosworth, H.B. 2015: Nurse-led behavioral management of diabetes and hypertension in community practices: a randomized trial. Journal of General Internal Medicine 30(5): 626-633
Duelund-Jakobsen, J.; Haas, S.; Buntzen, S.; Lundby, L.; Bøje, G.; Laurberg, S. 2015: Nurse-led clinics can manage faecal incontinence effectively: results from a tertiary referral centre. Colorectal Disease: the Official Journal of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 17(8): 710-715
Kunikata, H.; Yoshinaga, N.; Shiraishi, Y.; Okada, Y. 2016: Nurse-led cognitive-behavioral group therapy for recovery of self-esteem in patients with mental disorders: A pilot study. Japan Journal of Nursing Science: Jjns 13(3): 355-364
Kirby, S.; Moore, M.; McCarron, T.; Perkins, D.; Lyle, D. 2015: Nurse-led diabetes management in remote locations. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine: the Official Journal of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada 20(2): 51-55
Lees, L.; Sharpe, L. 2006: Nurse-led dysphagia screening in acute stroke patients. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(6): 35-42
Fox, M. 2016: Nurse-led early discharge planning for chronic disease reduces hospital readmission rates and all-cause mortality. Evidence-BasedNursing 19(2): 62
Zhou, L.; Liu, X-L.; Tan, J-Y.; Yu, H-P.; Pratt, J.; Peng, Y-Q. 2015: Nurse-led educational interventions on cancer pain outcomes for oncology outpatients: a systematic review. International Nursing Review 62(2): 218-230
Rasjö Wrååk, G.; Törnkvist, L.; Hasselström, J.; Wändell, P.E.; Josefsson, K. 2015: Nurse-led empowerment strategies for patients with hypertension: a questionnaire survey. International Nursing Review 62(2): 187-195
Berry, L. 2015: 'Vanguards' to test ideas for radical redesign of NHS. Nursing Older people 27(3): 6
Pearce, L. 2016: Nurse-led general practice blazes a trail. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(26): 22-23
Ford, S. 2015: Nurse-led general practice gains top rating from CQC inspectors. NursingTimes 111(28-29): 6
Belton, J.; Sears, C. 2015: Nurse-led general practice: a new care model. Nursing Times 111(47): 12-13
Schofield, P.; Gough, K.; Lotfi-Jam, K.; Bergin, R.; Ugalde, A.; Dudgeon, P.; Crellin, W.; Schubach, K.; Foroudi, F.; Tai, K.Hun.; Duchesne, G.; Sanson-Fisher, R.; Aranda, S. 2016: Nurse-led group consultation intervention reduces depressive symptoms in men with localised prostate cancer: a cluster randomised controlled trial. Bmc Cancer 16: 637
Nazareth, S.; Leembruggen, N.; Tuma, R.; Chen, S-Ling.; Rao, S.; Kontorinis, N.; Cheng, W. 2016: Nurse-led hepatocellular carcinoma surveillance clinic provides an effective method of monitoring patients with cirrhosis. International Journal of Nursing Practice 22 Suppl. 2: 3-11
Fournier, J. 2016: Nurse-led home exercise programme improves physical function for people receiving haemodialysis. Evidence-BasedNursing 19(1): 12
Hill, C. 2016: Nurse-led implementation of a ventilator-associated pneumonia care bundle in a children's critical care unit. Nursing Children and Young people 28(4): 23-27
Torres-Ricarte, M.; Crusat-Abelló, E.; Peñuelas-Rodríguez, S.; Zabaleta-del-Olmo, E. 2015: Nurse-led in Primary Health Care setting: a well-timed and promising organizational innovation. Enfermeria Clinica 25(2): 87-91
Chen, X.; Chen, W.; Hu, W.; Huang, K.; Huang, J.; Zhou, Y. 2015: Nurse-led intensive interventions improve adherence to continuous positive airway pressure therapy and quality of life in obstructive sleep apnea patients. Patient Preference and Adherence 9: 1707-1713
Anonymous 2007: Nurse-led intermediate care unit wins 94 per cent of patient approval. Nursing Older People 19(5): 4
Darsin Singh, S.K.; Ahmad, A.; Rahmat, N.; Hmwe, N.Thin.Thin. 2018: Nurse-led intervention on knowledge, attitude and beliefs towards acute coronary syndrome. Nursing in Critical Care 23(4): 186-191
Anonymous 2007: Nurse-led itch clinic helps people with chronic skin pruritis. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(48): 19-19
Neylon, J. 2015: Nurse-led management of chronic disease in a residential care setting. Nursing older people 27(9): 22-26
Jones, R.; Moyle, C.; Jordan, S. 2016: Nurse-led medicines monitoring: a study examining the effects of the West Wales Adverse Drug Reaction Profile. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(14): 42-53
Duffin, C. 2009: Nurse-led memory clinics set to improve dementia care in England. Nursing Older people 21(2): 5
Parish, C. 2005: Nurse-led night shifts 'a success'. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(44): 8-8
Berglund, C.Bau.; Gustafsson, E.; Johansson, H.; Bergenmar, M. 2015: Nurse-led outpatient clinics in oncology care - Patient satisfaction, information and continuity of care. European Journal of Oncology Nursing: the Official Journal of European Oncology Nursing Society 19(6): 724-730
Lowther, K.; Selman, L.; Simms, V.; Gikaara, N.; Ahmed, A.; Ali, Z.; Kariuki, H.; Sherr, L.; Higginson, I.J.; Harding, R. 2015: Nurse-led palliative care for HIV-positive patients taking antiretroviral therapy in Kenya: a randomised controlled trial. Lancet. HIV 2(8): E328-E334
Imhof, L.; Kipfer, S.; Waldboth, V. 2016: Nurse-led palliative care services facilitate an interdisciplinary network of care. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 22(8): 404-410
Jutterström, L.; Hörnsten, Å.; Sandström, H.; Stenlund, H.; Isaksson, U. 2016: Nurse-led patient-centered self-management support improves HbA1c in patients with type 2 diabetes-A randomized study. Patient Education and Counseling 99(11): 1821-1829
Waters, A. 1998: Nurse-led pilot sites go ahead. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(16): 9-9
Scott, G. 2016: Nurse-led practice is a model for change. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(26): 3
Stephenson, J. 2015: Nurse-led primary care models could be answer to GP shortage. NursingTimes 111(30-31): 6
Anonymous 2014: Nurse-led project prepares children for adult services. Nursing times 110(49): 7
Bell, G.; Parish, C. 2008: Nurse-led projects aim to reshape end-of-life care. Nursing Older people 20(5): 10
Skogstad, L.; Hem, E.; Sandvik, L.; Ekeberg, O. 2015: Nurse-led psychological intervention after physical traumas: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Medicine Research 7(5): 339-347
Zeitz, K.; Malone, G. 2016: Nurse-led remote primary healthcare service. Rural and Remote Health 16(2): 3635
Anderson, P.; King, J.; Moss, M.; Light, P.; McKee, T.; Farrell, E.; Stewart, J.; Lennon, D. 2016: Nurse-led school-based clinics for rheumatic fever prevention and skin infection management: evaluation of Mana Kidz programme in Counties Manukau. New Zealand Medical Journal 129(1428): 37-46
Anonymous 1999: Nurse-led sedation improves scanning service. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(39): 10-10
Duffin, C. 2016: Nurse-led team helps improve survival rates in heart disease. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(1): 11-11
Szöts, K.; Konradsen, H.; Solgaard, Søren.; Bogø, S.; Østergaard, B. 2015: Nurse-led telephone follow-up after total knee arthroplasty--content and the patients' views. Journal of Clinical Nursing 24(19-20): 2890-2899
Driscoll, A.; Currey, J.; Tonkin, A.; Krum, H. 2015: Nurse-led titration of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, beta-adrenergic blocking agents, and angiotensin receptor blockers for people with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015(12): Cd009889
Pike, D.; Amphlett, A.; Weatherby, S. 2015: Nurse-led treatment for occipital neuralgia. Nursing Times 111(32-33): 20-22
Anonymous 1996: Nurse-led unit to have doctors. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(46): 7-7
Boissard, Fédéric.; Tosolini, M.; Ligat, L.; Quillet-Mary, A.; Lopez, F.; Fournié, J-Jacques.; Ysebaert, L.; Poupot, M. 2016: Nurse-like cells promote CLL survival through LFA-3/CD2 interactions. Oncotarget (): -
Presley, C. 2014: Nurse-midwifery history, practice and education. Tennessee Nurse 77(4): 9
Sir, M.Y.; Dundar, B.; Barker Steege, L.M.; Pasupathy, K.S. 2015: Nurse-patient assignment models considering patient acuity metrics and nurses' perceived workload. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 55: 237-248
Debertrand, N. 2014: Nurse-patient relations in question. Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2014(790): 8
See, K.Choong.; Peng, S.Yu.; Phua, J.; Sum, C.Lai.; Concepcion, J. 2016: Nurse-performed screening for postextubation dysphagia: a retrospective cohort study in critically ill medical patients. Critical Care 20(1): 326
Georgiou, E.; Papathanassoglou, E.DE.; Pavlakis, A. 2017: Nurse-physician collaboration and associations with perceived autonomy in Cypriot critical care nurses. Nursing in Critical Care 22(1): 29-39
Boev, C.; Xia, Y. 2015: Nurse-physician collaboration and hospital-acquired infections in critical care. Critical Care Nurse 35(2): 66-72
Zhang, L.; Huang, L.; Liu, M.; Yan, H.; Li, X. 2016: Nurse-physician collaboration impacts job satisfaction and turnover among nurses: A hospital-based cross-sectional study in Beijing. International Journal of Nursing Practice 22(3): 284-290
Bowles, D.; McIntosh, G.; Hemrajani, R.; Yen, M-Shan.; Phillips, A.; Schwartz, N.; Tu, S-Ping.; Dow, A.W. 2016: Nurse-physician collaboration in an academic medical centre: The influence of organisational and individual factors. Journal of Interprofessional Care 30(5): 655-660
Zakerimoghadam, M.; Ghiyasvandian, S.; Kazemnejad Leili, A. 2015: Nurse-physician collaboration: the attitudes of baccalaureate nursing students at tehran university of medical sciences. Iranian Red Crescent medical journal 17(4): e23247
Anonymous 1991: Nurse-run asthma clinic benefits GPS. Nursing Standard: 1987) 5(38): 15
Snow, T.N. 2015: Preparing young people for adult services. Nursing Children and Young people 27(1): 6
Torjesen, I. 2016: Nursery policies on conjunctivitis may encourage GPs to prescribe antibiotics. Bmj 354: I3754
Finnikin, S.; Jolly, K. 2016: Nursery sickness policies and their influence on prescribing for conjunctivitis: audit and questionnaire survey. British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 66(650): E674-E679
Parish, C. 2006: Nurses 'consistently underpaid' experts tell pay review body. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(23): 5-5
Anonymous 2004: Nurses 'made to measure' waists. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(10): 9-9
Anonymous 1990: Nurses 'must not be loss leaders' in pay rounds. Nursing Standard: 1987) 5(7): 7
Anonymous 2001: Nurses 'on the bank' want a better deal. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(12): 30-30
Anonymous 2001: Nurses 'ready for the future'. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(36): 5-5
Stephen, H. 1999: Nurses 'shot themselves in the foot' over uniforms. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(23): 9-9
Parish, C. 2005: Nurses 'should have say in new technology'. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(47): 11-11
Downes, L.Mendez. 2016: Nurses Addressing LGBT Health Needs. Imprint 63(3): 33 35
Ralston, B. 2015: Nurses Cared Intensely. American Journal of Nursing 115(11): 68-69
Barnsteiner, J. 2015: Nurses Come Together in Seoul to Discuss Common Issues and Challenges. American Journal of Nursing 115(9): 20-21
Edmonds, J.K.; Hacker, M.R.; Golen, T.H.; Shah, N.T. 2016: Nurses Count: Tracking Performance to Improve Cesarean Delivery Rates. Birth 43(1): 3-5
Flahive, W. 2016: Nurses Creating a Better World for Women and Girls. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 23(10): 46
Arifulla, D.; Olli, J.; Merasto, M. 2016: Nurses Guidelines for Using Social Media by Finnish Nurses Association. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 225: 617-618
McIntosh, C.E.; Thomas, C.M.; Brattain, C.K. 2016: Nurses Identify Education and Communication Among Professionals as Essential in Serving ASD Children. Nasn School Nurse 31(3): 164-169
Khanduri, K.C. 2001: Nurses in the Olive Green: what Next?. Medical Journal Armed Forces India 57(3): 271
Chemoiwa, R.K.; Mukthar, V.K.; Maranga, A.K.; Kulei, S.J. 2014: Nurses Infection Prevention Practices in Handling Injections: a Case of Rift Valley Provincial Hospital in Kenya. East African Medical Journal 91(10): 361-367
Yesenofski, L.; Kromer, S.; Hitchings, K. 2015: Nurses Leading the Transformation of Patient Care Through Telehealth. Journal of Nursing Administration 45(12): 650-656
Anonymous 2015: Nurses Picket Outside Alpena Regional Medical Center. Hospital puts profits above the safety of community members. Michigan Nurse 88(3): 12-13
Counts, L.; Freundi, M.; Johnson, B. 2015: Nurses Providing Care to Military Veterans in Civilian Hospitals. Medsurg Nursing: Official Journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses 24(3): Suppl. 4-8
Jones, J.Carol. 2016: Nurses Rank as Most Honest, Ethical Profession for 14th Straight Year. Tennessee Nurse 79(2): 16
Harris, P.W.; Burman, M.E. 2016: Nurses Returning to School: Motivators, Inhibitors and Job Satisfaction. Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing 32(2): 85-93
Anonymous 2016: Nurses SIG Symposium Part 1 Oral Presentations. Respirology 21 Suppl. 2: 21-22
Anonymous 2016: Nurses SIG Symposium Part 2 Oral Presentations. Respirology 21 Suppl. 2: 22-23
Gonçalves, Ós.F.; Sousa, S.ón.; Maia, L.; Carvalho, S.; Leite, J.; Ganho, A.; Fernandes-Gonçalves, A.; Frank, B.; Pocinho, F.; Carracedo, A.; Sampaio, A. 2015: Inferior frontal gyrus white matter abnormalities in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Neuroreport 26(9): 495-500
Anonymous 2016: Nurses Sessions and FAA Information. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance 87(3): 161-161
Brown, C. 2015: Nurses Share Concerns about Achieving Quality Patient Outcomes. Oregon Nurse Winter: 4
Reinhard, S.C.; Young, H.M. 2016: Nurses Supporting Family Caregivers. American Journal of Nursing 116(11): 7
Kulikov, A.G.; Voronina, D.D. 2016: The potential of general magnetic therapy for the treatment and rehabilitation (a review). Voprosy Kurortologii Fizioterapii i Lechebnoi Fizicheskoi Kultury 93(2): 48-52
Melnikov, S.; Elyan-Antar, T.; Schor, R.; Kigli-Shemesh, R.; Kagan, I. 2017: Nurses Teaching Prison Officers: A Workshop to Reduce the Stigmatization of Prison Inmates With Mental Illness. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care 53(4): 251-258
Asadi-Noghabi, A-Ali.; Gholizadeh, M.; Zolfaghari, M.; Mehran, A.; Sohrabi, M. 2015: Nurses Use of Critical Care Pain Observational Tool in Patients with Low Consciousness. Oman Medical Journal 30(4): 276-282
Dreliozi, A.; Siskou, O.; Bouchoris, P.; Galanis, P.; Kaitelidou, D.; Prezerakos, P. 2014: Nurses Verse Other Health Professionals Perceptions on Quality and Safety Culture Elements in Greek Hospitals. Value in Health: the Journal of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 17(7): A417
Newland, J. 2016: Nurses Week: Caring for others means caring for ourselves. Nurse Practitioner 41(5): 10
Hudson, A. 2016: Nurses With Disabilities. American Journal of Nursing 116(2): 13
Stempniak, M. 2016: Nurses Without (State) Borders. Hospitals and Health Networks 90(7): 59-60
Powers, M.F. 2015: Nurses Working Together Globally: ENA Trip to Seoul, South Korea. Journal of Emergency Nursing 41(5): 371
Anonymous 2008: Nurses address winter's effect on ill health. Nursing Older People 20(10): 4
Clendon, J.; Walker, Léonie. 2016: Nurses aged over 50 and their perceptions of flexible working. Journal of Nursing Management 24(3): 336-346
Kleebauer, A. 2014: Nurses agree religion has a place in care. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(14): 13
Kelly, P.J. 2016: Nurses and Guns. Public Health Nursing 33(3): 177-178
Ulrich, C.M.; Grady, C. 2016: Nurses and Industry: Conflict or Collaboration?. Annals of Internal Medicine 164(11): 773-774
Butcher, D.; Bruce, A. 2016: Nurses and Lifelong Learning: Creating "Makers and Shapers" or "Users and Choosers"?. Nursing Forum 51(2): 97-104
Jamison, S. 2015: Nurses and Lobbying. Orl-Head and Neck Nursing: Official Journal of the Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Head-Neck Nurses 33(2): 17-18
Griffin, M. 2015: Nurses and NHS to feel the pinch from shake-up in state pensions. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(12): 7
Brokel, J.M. 2016: Nurses and Nurse Practitioners Diagnose to Plan Evidence-Based Care and Treatments. International Journal of Nursing Knowledge 27(2): 59-60
Zaghini, F.; Biagioli, V.; Prandi, C.; Fida, R.; Sili, A. 2015: Nurses and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: contribution to the Italian validation of the Podsakoff et al. scale. La Medicina del Lavoro 106(6): 460-471
Halloran, E.J.; Halloran, D.C. 2016: Nurses and Policy Positions. American Journal of Nursing 116(12): 13
Corso, K.A.; Gage, D. 2016: Nurses and Psychologists Advancing the Patient-Centered Medical Home Model. Nursing Administration Quarterly 40(3): 192-201
Kaewpitoon, S.J.; Kaewpitoon, N.; Rujirakul, R.; Wakkuwattapong, P.; Matrakul, L.; Tongtawee, T.; Loyd, R.A.; Norkaew, J.; Kujapun, J.; Chavengkun, W.; Ponphimai, S.; Polsripradist, P.; Eksanti, T.; Phatisena, T. 2016: Nurses and Television as Sources of Information Effecting Behavioral Improvement Regarding Liver Flukes in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention: Apjcp 17(3): 1097-1102
Gürsoy, A. 2015: Nurses and Women With Breast Cancer: No Time to Lose. Cancer Nursing 38(6): 493-494
Dinsdale, P. 2016: Nurses and doctors must collaborate on better care. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(21): 7-7
Parish, C. 1999: Nurses and doctors urged to work closer together... Nursing Standard 1987) 14(11): 7-7
Campbell, M.L.; Rankin, J.M. 2017: Nurses and electronic health records in a Canadian hospital: examining the social organisation and programmed use of digitised nursing knowledge. Sociology of Health and Illness 39(3): 365-379
Rankin, L. 2006: Nurses and managers have the same problems and fears. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(40): 39-39
Perry, L. 2016: Nurses and midwives need health promotion as much as their patients. International Journal of Nursing Practice 22(3): 216
Verrall, C.; Abery, E.; Harvey, C.; Henderson, J.; Willis, E.; Hamilton, P.; Toffoli, L.; Blackman, I. 2015: Nurses and midwives perceptions of missed nursing care--A South Australian study. Collegian 22(4): 413-420
Ford, S. 2014: Nurses and midwives prepare for pay strike. Nursing Times 110(41): 3
Ekström, A.C.; Thorstensson, S. 2015: Nurses and midwives professional support increases with improved attitudes - design and effects of a longitudinal randomized controlled process-oriented intervention. Bmc Pregnancy and Childbirth 15: 275
Anonymous 2015: Nurses and midwives rally against cuts to penalty rates. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 22(9): 10-11
Keogh, K.; Osborne, K. 2014: Nurses and midwives stage second pay strike. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(12): 0
Anonymous 2015: Nurses and midwives stand by Rosie Batty. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 23(6): 6
Turale, S. 2016: Nurses and midwives: too few, too poorly distributed, too little data. International Nursing Review 63(1): 3-4
Walsh, M. 1999: Nurses and nurse practitioners 1: priorities in care. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(24): 38-42
Anonymous 2003: Nurses and nursing: influencing policy Nurses and nursing: influencing policy Gough Pippa , Walsh Nicola Radcliffe Medical Press 128pp £19.95 1 85775 353 4 1857753534 [Formula: see text. Nursing Management 9(9): 36-36
Anonymous 1995: Nurses and parents agree on treatment. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(15): 9-9
Anonymous 2011: Nurses and patients play a part in new start for troubled trust. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(32): 12-13
Béguec, F.; Pallier, Jérôme.; Travers, Séphane.; Calamal, F.; Lefort, H.; Bignand, M. 2014: Nurses and prehospital CBRN risk. Soins; la Revue de Reference Infirmiere 2014(788): 40-43
Fulmer, T. 2015: Nurses and the Elder Justice Act. American Journal of Nursing 115(11): 11
Duffy, M. 2015: Nurses and the Migration to Electronic Health Records. American Journal of Nursing 115(12): 61-66
Bosanquet, N. 1998: Nurses and the NHS: symbols or victims?. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(26): 18-18
Cox, K. 2016: Nurses and the Social Determinants of Health. Public Health Nursing 33(1): 1-2
Woods, M.; Bickley Asher, J. 2015: Nurses and the euthanasia debate: reflections from New Zealand. International Nursing Review 62(1): 13-20
Barsky, E. 2014: Nurses and the night shift. Soins. Gerontologie 2014(110): 5
Thomas, S. 2016: Nurses and the obesity plan. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(52): 30
Brown, N. 2015: Nurses and their patients must be talking the same language. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(52): 32
Williams, K. 1995: Nurses angered by lack of support in pill fiasco. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(6): 17-17
Howie, C.; Jackson, E. 2010: Nurses anticipate shake-up. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(23): 62-63
Anonymous 2010: Nurses are asked for their ideas on how to save the NHS £20bn. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(43): 5-5
Karim, S. 2015: Nurses are being driven to work abroad yet no one seems to care. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(50): 30
Barlow, P. 2006: Nurses are being let down by employers and unions. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(33): 38-39
Phillips, G. 2016: Nurses are best placed to ensure the ethical application of DNRs. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(37): 31
Hargadon, J. 1995: Nurses are central to primary care. Nursing Standard: 1987) 10(9): 42
Houghton, J. 2004: Nurses are doing good work in Iraq. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(16): 31-31
Tallo, D. 2015: Nurses are duty-bound to keep our first aid skills up to scratch. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(10): 30
Girault, D. 2015: Nurses are essential to care for refugees. Revue de l'Infirmiere 2015(215): 1
Dickson, K. 1999: Nurses are greedy when it comes to the millennium. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(37): 29-29
Watts, M. 1988: Nurses are high risk group. Nursing Standard: 1987) 2(27): 47
Harrison, S. 2005: Nurses are key to helping children overcome their fear of injections. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(3): 12-12
Bates, J. 2016: Nurses are leading the way in changing attitudes to dementia. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(50): 31
Vaughan, B. 1994: Nurses are more than up to the task. Nursing Standard: 1987) 9(9): 43
Dinsdale, P. 2007: Nurses are most likely group to seek financial help from charity. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(21): 5-5
Scott, G. 1993: Nurses are not always as busy as they think, claims university lecturer. Nursing Standard: 1987) 7(32): 8
Burton, V.M. 1999: Nurses are not immune from mental illness. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(40): 28-28
Constantine, N.C. 1991: Nurses are not professionals. Nursing Standard: 1987) 5(38): 42
Cullum, N.; Thompson, C.; McCaughan, D.; Sheldon, T. 2000: Nurses are not resistant to using research. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(28): 31-31
Minton, A. 1998: Nurses are on similar pay to toilet cleaners. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(39): 9-9
Anonymous 1988: Nurses are own worst enemy. Nursing Standard: 1987) 2(34): 9
Anonymous 1998: Nurses are the 'eyes and ears' of the poor. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(2): 10-10
Sprinks, J. 2015: Nurses are urged to prepare for revalidation, but clarity is needed. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(48): 12-13
Anonymous 1987: Nurses are wonderful. Nursing Standard: 1987) 2(7): 12
Broom, A.; Broom, J.; Kirby, E.; Scambler, G. 2017: Nurses as Antibiotic Brokers: Institutionalized Praxis in the Hospital. Qualitative Health Research 27(13): 1924-1935
Allen, D.; Weinhold, M.; Miller, J.; Joswiak, M.Ellen.; Bursiek, A.; Rubin, A.; O'Hara, S.; Grubbs, P. 2015: Nurses as Champions for Patient Safety and Interdisciplinary Problem Solving. Medsurg Nursing: Official Journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses 24(2): 107-110
Lubinska-Welch, I.; Pearson, T.; Comer, L.; Metcalfe, S.E. 2016: Nurses as Instruments of Healing: Self-Care Practices of Nurses in a Rural Hospital Setting. Journal of Holistic Nursing: Official Journal of the American Holistic Nurses' Association 34(3): 221-228
Ahluwalia, S.C.; Schreibeis-Baum, H.; Prendergast, T.J.; Reinke, L.F.; Lorenz, K.A. 2016: Nurses as Intermediaries: How Critical Care Nurses Perceive Their Role in Family Meetings. American Journal of Critical Care: An Official Publication American Association of Critical-Care Nurses 25(1): 33-38
Veenema, T.Goodwin.; Griffin, A.; Gable, A.R.; MacIntyre, L.; Simons, R.Nadine.; Couig, M.Pat.; Walsh, J.J.; Lavin, R.Proffitt.; Dobalian, A.; Larson, E. 2016: Nurses as Leaders in Disaster Preparedness and Response--A Call to Action. Journal of Nursing Scholarship: An Official Publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 48(2): 187-200
Castells-Ayuso, P.; Berenguer-Labaig, C.; Sánchez-Martín, P.; Sánchez-Martín, F. 2015: Nurses as a support to improve the quality of life during assisted reproduction. Enfermeria Clinica 25(3): 110-116
Anonymous 2007: Nurses as advocates for the world's vulnerable women. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(33): 14-14
Clendon, J.; Walker, Léonie. 2017: Nurses as family caregivers - barriers and enablers facing nurses caring for children, parents or both. Journal of Nursing Management 25(2): 93-101
Cooper, J. 2015: Nurses as leaders - creating nurses with drive and passion. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 22(10): 38
Zangerle, C.M. 2015: Nurses as navigators. Nursing Management 46(10): 27-28
Menzel, N.Nivison. 2015: Nurses as scapegoats in Ebola virus disease response. International Journal of Nursing Studies 52(3): 663-665
Nannelli, T.; Calamassi, D.; Ciucciarelli, A.; Comerci, S.; Fadanelli, M.; Fanfani, C.; Favero, G.; Galli, R.; Giovannoni, L.; Innocenti, L.; Orsi, M.; Brunetti, G. 2015: Nurses as seen by patients: a phenomenological study. Professioni Infermieristiche 68(3): 175-185
Fähland, M. 2015: Nurses as survival experts. Pflege Zeitschrift 68(1): 30-32
Brooks, J. 2015: Nurses as therapeutic agents in the extreme environment of the desert war, 1940-44. Journal of Advanced Nursing 71(11): 2520-2528
Gillen, S. 2012: Nurses asked to give their views on use of Liverpool Care Pathway. Nursing Standard 1987) 27(14): 9-9
Lipley, N. 2007: Nurses asked to tackle domestic violence. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 15(1): 2
Anonymous 2006: Nurses at centre of change. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(44): 1-1
Longhurst, C. 2016: Nurses at heightened risk of domestic abuse. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(9): 10
Anonymous 2015: Nurses at risk of injuries. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 23(2): 26-28
Anonymous 2008: Nurses at risk without drivers. Nursing Standard 1987) 23(1): 5-5
Ulrich, C.M. 2016: Nurses at the Table. Hastings Center Report 46 Suppl. 1: S2-S4
Longerich, B. 2015: Nurses at the forefront. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 108(12): 58-60 86-8
Holder, S.J. 1992: A changed relationship. Nursing Standard: 6(28): 41-42
Anonymous 1998: Nurses at the nursing standard [illigible word. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(3): 8-8
Cipriano, P.F. 2015: Nurses at the table: in the United States and around the world. American Nurse 47(5): 3
Schwendimann, Ré.; Jäckel, D.; Paignon, A.; Gauthier, J-Antoine.; Wernli, B.; Addor, Véronique. 2016: Nurses at work: first results of the study. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 109(5): 30
Anonymous 2015: Nurses awarded royal honours. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(8): 9
Anonymous 1993: Nurses back call for rethink on learning disability care. Nursing Standard 1987) 7(45): 6-6
Anonymous 1997: Nurses back more sex education. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(22): 6-6
Wright, G.; O'Mahony, D.; Kabuya, C.; Betts, H.; Odama, A. 2015: Nurses behaviour pre and post the implementation of data capture using tablet computers in a rural clinic in South Africa. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 210: 803-807
Anonymous 1999: Nurses benefit from courses with medics. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(22): 9-9
Ford, S. 2015: Nurses blame fall in staff for workplace pressures. Nursing Times 111(51-52): 2-3
Anonymous 2003: Nurses break American strike record. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(32): 5-5
Anonymous 2014: Nurses call for overhaul of benefits assessments. Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(27): 0
Jones-Berry, S. 2016: Nurses call for protected time for revalidation CPD. Nursing Management 23(2): 8-9
Lipley, N. 1999: Nurses can calm patents' fears over MMR vaccine. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(49): 8-8
Konkle-Parker, D.J. 2015: Nurses can facilitate safer sexual behavior counseling for persons living with HIV: strategies for success. Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care: Janac 26(3): 229-234
Kendall-Raynor, P. 2015: Social media campaign exposes reliance on parents for skilled care. Nursing Standard: 30(13): 11
Jones-Berry, S. 2016: Nurses can help the fight against modern slavery. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(10): 10
Shamian, J. 2016: Nurses can improve the strength and resilience of healthcare systems. British Journal of Nursing 25(9): 503
Anonymous 1996: Nurses can keep better contract terms in transfers, rules tribunal. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(33): 6-6
Sprinks, J. 2016: Nurses can lead on reducing litigation claims by avoiding preventable harm. Nursing Management 23(7): 8-9
Anonymous 1994: Nurses can offer reassurance in 'killer bug' scare. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(36): 6
Anonymous 1998: Nurses can still lead PCGs, RCN Council told. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(44): 6-6
Anonymous 1994: Nurses caught in tax battle. Nursing Standard 1987) 8(17): 13-13
Ford, S. 2015: Nurses celebrate their profession. Nursing Times 111(21): 5
Anonymous 2015: Nurses challenged to change. Nursing New Zealand 21(9): 42
Anonymous 1999: Nurses clinch overtime pay deal. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(1): 6-6
Dean, E. 2016: How do nurses become e-nurses?. Nursing Management 23(8): 8-9
Stephen, H. 1999: Nurses condemn plans for compulsory treatment. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(31): 6-6
Leifer, D. 1995: Nurses confused over CPR advice. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(50): 7-7
Anonymous 2003: Nurses could 'lose out' on leadership training. Nursing Management 10(2): 5
Anonymous 1990: Nurses could act as entrepreneurs. Nursing Standard: 1987) 4(22): 9
Keeling, S. 2015: Nurses could carry out mental health triage more efficiently. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(34): 34
Anonymous 1993: Nurses could improve their knowledge of MS. Nursing Standard: 1987) 7(32): 16
Halstead, J. 2009: Nurses could learn from opportunistic salespeople. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(9): 29-29
Kendall-Raynor, P. 2016: Nurses count the cost of car parking increases. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(9): 12-13
Airey, J. 2011: Patient's reaction showed the power of quiet companionship. Nursing Standard: 25(49): 29
Anonymous 2015: Nurses de-stigmatize mental illness. Canadian nurse 111(8): 28
Parish, C. 2016: Nurses deceive in effort to outwit independent schools' condom ban. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(51): 6-6
Anonymous 2006: Nurses deemed 'essential' to commissioning. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(45): 11-11
Kendall-Raynor, P. 2016: Snapshot survey shines a light on how hard nurses are working. Nursing Standard: 30(34): 9
Ford, S. 2015: Nurses defend use of sponges to combat end of life dehydration. NursingTimes 111(32-33): 5
Dinsdale, P. 2000: Nurses demand extra cash for student placements. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(30): 9-9
Leifer, D. 1996: Nurses demand fairer tax breaks from Inland Revenue. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(51): 5-5
Ford, S. 2015: Nurses demand purchase power. Nursing Times 111(12): 2
Anonymous 1996: Nurses demand regulation of care assistants. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(45): 6-6
Healy, P. 1995: Nurses demand safeguards as hospital invites private bids for all services. Nursing Standard: 1987) 10(9): 6
Anonymous 1997: Nurses denied chance to propose pilot schemes. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(19): 6-6
Parish, C.; Harrison, S. 2006: Nurses descend on Westminster to highlight funding crisis risks. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(36): 7-7
Pearce, L. 2016: General practice nurses urged to join professional mainstream. Nursing Management 22(9): 8-9
Gray, J.; Leifer, D. 1996: Nurses determined to keep national pay. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(32): 8-8
Anonymous 2014: Nurses deterred by grim realities of senior roles. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(16): 3
Rice, S. 2015: Nurses devise their own innovations. Modern Healthcare 45(42): 28
Halley, J. 2016: Nurses do a fantastic job. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(8): 32
Davidson, P.M.; Du, H. 2015: Nurses do not have proprietary rights on caring: but we do on clinical practice models. Journal of Nursing Management 23(4): 409-410
Lipley, N. 2002: Nurses do well in 2002 honours. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(17): 8-8
Healy, P. 1996: Nurses doing junior doctors' work are save claim unions. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(34): 5-5
Anonymous 1987: Nurses eligible for welsh councils. Nursing Standard: 1987) 2(7): 18
Danda, M.C. 2015: Nurses embody concept of patient-centred care at South Health Campus. Alberta Rn 70(4): 34
Iacono, L.; Altman, M. 2016: Nurses emerge as change leaders. Nursing 46(8): 50-53
Guyon, P.; Hourlier, J.; Manco, Némi. 2015: Nurses engaged in the fight against leprosy. Revue de l'Infirmiere 2015(213): 33-36
Monks, R. 2016: Nurses experience feelings of disempowerment when caring for patients in severe pain. Evidence-BasedNursing 19(1): 20
Renolen, Åste.; Hjälmhult, E. 2015: Nurses experience of using scientific knowledge in clinical practice: a grounded theory study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 29(4): 633-641
Bam, N.E.; Naidoo, J.R. 2014: Nurses experiences in palliative care of terminally-ill HIV patients in a level 1 district hospital. Curationis 37(1): 1238
Begum, R.; Riordan, S. 2016: Nurses experiences of working in Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams with its additional gatekeeping responsibilities. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 23(1): 45-53
Gray, J. 1994: Nurses face new PRP scheme based on trust performance. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(43): 6
Anonymous 2003: Nurses face redundancy. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(40): 7-7
Dean, E. 2015: Nurses face the fallout as junior doctors vote on unsocial hours pay. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(12): 12-13
Anonymous 2005: Nurses face uncertain future with Suffolk closure plans. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(11): 11-11
Jones-Berry, S. 2016: Nurses facing fitness to practise hearings 'pushed to breaking point'. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(37): 12-13
Anonymous 1993: Nurses facing similar challenges everywhere. Nursing Standard 1987) 7(35): 10-10
Anonymous 1996: Nurses fear they may breach Code of Conduct. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(42): 5-5
Anonymous 2016: Nurses feature in winter health video. Nursing older people 28(10): 6
Anonymous 1997: Nurses finalists for NHS awards. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(51): 8-8
Anonymous 2001: Nurses first in patient ratings. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(28): 5-5
Anonymous 2010: Nurses fly diversity banner. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(1): 5-5
Canning, S. 1994: Nurses fly out to orphanage overwhelmed by refugees. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(44): 6
Young, L.K.; Adams, J.L.; Lundeen, S.; May, K.A.; Smith, R.; Wendt, L.Elaine. 2016: Nurses for Wisconsin: A Collaborative Initiative to Enhance the Nurse Educator Workforce. Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing 32(4): 292-299
Anonymous 1997: Nurses forced to change jobs. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(29): 7-7
Lipley, N. 2000: Nurses forced to pay for research programmes. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(19): 9-9
Jones-Berry, S. 2016: Nurses forced to use annual leave for essential training. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 24(1): 7
Scott, G. 1999: Nurses forced to wait for pay award until summer. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(34): 4-4
Luchtemberg, M.Nonnemacher.; Pires, D.Elvira.Pires.de. 2016: Nurses from the Mobile Emergency Service: profile and developed activities. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem 69(2): 213-220
Anonymous 2002: Nurses get jim out of his chair. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(30): 7-7
Anonymous 2010: Nurses give their verdict on politicians' campaign speeches. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(35): 6-7
Anonymous 2000: Nurses give up on dream visit from Sir Cliff. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(3): 4-4
Anonymous 1997: Nurses given drugs to combat HIV. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(52): 9-9
Aiyub, S.; Linh, N.N.; Tayler-Smith, K.; Khogali, M.; Bissell, K. 2013: Nurses graduating in Fiji between 2001 and 2010: sufficient supply for Fiji's health service demands?. Public Health Action 3(1): 63-67
Wheeler, N. 1999: Nurses have a duty to look after themselves. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(33): 28-29
Anonymous 1996: Nurses have lost faith in pay review body, says Hancock. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(31): 5-5
Byrd, V. 2016: Nurses have made gains but more needs to be done. American Nurse 48(2): 15
Healy, P. 2001: Nurses have part to play in measuring care outcomes. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(10): 6-6
Ferrier, L. 2016: Student life - Shine a light on your stress. Nursing Standard: 31(8): 35
Boal, A.Sutherland. 2014: Nurses heard on care, safe staffing. Canadian Nurse 110(8): 17
Leifer, D. 1995: Nurses help cut junior doctors' hours. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(22): 9-9
Canning, S. 1994: Nurses help to draft new bill on patient confidentiality. Nursing Standard 1987) 8(45): 11-11
Quintanilla, G. 2016: Nurses helping nurses with psychological disorders in Barcelona. Revue de l'Infirmiere 221: 35-37
Stephenson, J. 2016: Nurses hit out against new rotas likely to mean more unpaid work. NursingTimes 112(3-4): 5
Canning, S. 1994: Nurses hold the key to purchasing reforms in the NHS. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(42): 19
Ward, S. 2001: Nurses holding whiphand in NHS stakes. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(12): 6-6
Anonymous 1998: Nurses honoured for saving police officer after hit-and-run accident. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(47): 9-9
Anonymous 2012: Nurses host prince's visit to injured soldiers. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(17): 5-5
Anonymous 2008: Nurses hostile to advanced practitioners. Nursing Standard 1987) 23(12): 9-9
Scott, G. 1994: Nurses ignored in report on drugs. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(25): 8
Doult, B. 1994: Nurses ill-prepared for new-look NHS. Nursing Standard: 1987) 9(1): 8
Veenstra, P.; Kollen, B.J.; de Jong, G.; Baarveld, F.; van den Berg, J.Peter. 2016: Nurses improve migraine management in primary care. Cephalalgia: An International Journal of Headache 36(8): 772-778
Hanlon, D. 2015: Nurses in Action - a step out of my comfort zone but so rewarding. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 22(10): 14
Mixer, S.J.; Carson, E.; McArthur, P.M.; Abraham, C.; Silva, K.; Davidson, R.; Sharp, D.; Chadwick, J. 2015: Nurses in Action: A Response to Cultural Care Challenges in a Pediatric Acute Care Setting. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 30(6): 896-907
Anonymous 2003: Nurses in Africa are at the front line of the worst pandemic the world has ever seen. Colin Parish reports. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(44): 13-13
Anonymous 1999: Nurses in Africa need back issues of journals. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(38): 29-29
Alexander, S. 2016: Nurses in Business: The Time Is Now. Clinical Nurse Specialist Cns 30(2): 86-88
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Taylor, S. 2016: Uniforms a 'breeding ground'. Nursing Standard: 31(11): 30
Anonymous 2001: Nurses in New Year honours. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(16): 9-9
Anonymous 2014: Nurses in Northern Ireland feel blamed for A&E problems, says RCN. Nursing Standard: 1987) 28(48): 0
Anonymous 1999: Nurses in Poland end hunger strike as government agrees to 2 per cent pay rise. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(44): 9-9
Dobbins, S.K.; Cruz, M.; Shah, S.; Abt, L.; Moore, J.; Bamberger, J. 2016: Nurses in Supportive Housing are Associated With Decreased Health Care Utilization and Improved HIV Biomarkers in Formerly Homeless Adults. Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care: Janac 27(4): 444-454
Wheatley, F. 1998: Nurses in bristol did voice their fears. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(42): 10-10
Triggle, N. 2016: Nurses in care homes think they have been 'abandoned'. Nursing Older people 28(2): 7
Mars, L. 1993: Nurses in class war struggle with docs. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(4): 42
Weiske, K.; Sauer, T. 2014: Nurses in conflict. Pflege Zeitschrift 67(12): 752-755
Anonymous 2013: Nurses in every setting can help improve dementia care. Nursing Standard: 1987) 27(31): 24
Anonymous 1999: Nurses in fresh bid to help smokers quit. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(6): 7-7
Morris-Thompson, T.; Marks-Maran, D. 2015: Nurses in independent care homes: issues, challenges and potential. British Journal of Nursing 24(14): 734-737
Merrifield, N. 2016: Nurses in line for 1% pay rise as DH accepts review body advice. Nursing Times 112(11): 4
Barnum, T.J.; Thome, L.; Even, E. 2017: Nurses in medical education: A unique opportunity. Medical Teacher 39(4): 446-447
Koumi, S. 2016: Saddling people with loans will put off mature students. Nursing Times 112(11): 11
Johansson-Pajala, R-Marie.; Jorsäter Blomgren, K.; Bastholm-Rahmner, P.; Fastbom, J.; Martin, L. 2016: Nurses in municipal care of the elderly act as pharmacovigilant intermediaries: a qualitative study of medication management. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 34(1): 37-45
Santos, A.Paula.Azevedo.; Camelo, S.Helena.Henriques.; Santos, F.Cristina.Dos.; Leal, L.Andrian.; Silva, B.Regina.da. 2016: Nurses in post-operative heart surgery: professional competencies and organization strategies. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da U S P 50(3): 474-481
Anonymous 1998: Nurses in secure units 'can learn from patients'. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(37): 9-9
Pollitt, P. 2016: Nurses in the Civil Rights Movement. American Journal of Nursing 116(6): 50-57
Anonymous 2010: Nurses in the frame. Nursing Management 17(4): 4
Morris, M. 1996: Nurses in the private sector should get their fair share of support. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(26): 10-10
Anonymous 2004: Nurses in the spotlight. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(16): 14-14
Bellver Capella, V. 2015: Nurses in war situations. Revista de Enfermeria 38(5): 20-27
Rickell, H. 1993: Nurses jeer at Project 2000 tears. Nursing Standard 1987) 8(2): 42-42
Anonymous 2000: Nurses join modernisation board. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(3): 7-7
Sadler, C. 2016: Nurses join pollution fight. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(50): 22-24
Hancock, C. 2016: Nurses know from experience what works - and what doesn't. The challenge is to make good practice mainstream rather than the exception. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(50): 25-25
Anonymous 1997: Nurses know how to save millions. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(48): 7-7
Freixo, A.; Matos, I.; Leite, A.; Silva, A.; Bischoff, F.; Carvalho, M.; Monteiro, C.; Ferreira, Aídio.; Fernandes, S.; Lemos, N.; Delgado, B.; Gomes, H.; Regalado, M.; Sabio, F.; Cardoso, F.; Do Carmo Koch, M.; Ramos, L.; Araújo, F. 2017: Nurses knowledge in Transfusion Medicine in a Portuguese university hospital: the impact of an education. Blood Transfusion 15(1): 49-52
Merrifield, N. 2015: Nurses lack training for new psychosis treatment standards. Nursing Times 111(39): 4
Anonymous 2016: Nurses lead endoscopy pilot. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(28): 11
Anonymous 2016: Nurses lead on waste reduction. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(44): 66
Anonymous 1999: Nurses lead outpatient appointment pilots. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(51): 5-5
Anonymous 1987: Nurses lead the way. Nursing Standard: 1987) 2(5): 3
Llapa-Rodriguez, E.Ofélia.; de Oliveira, Júlian.Katrin.Albuquerque.; Lopes Neto, D.; de Aguiar Campos, M.Pontes. 2015: Nurses leadership evaluation by nursing aides and technicians according to the 360-degree feedback method. Revista Gaucha de Enfermagem 36(4): 29-36
Sagar, P.L. 2015: Nurses leading the fight against Ebola virus disease. Journal of Transcultural Nursing: Official Journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society 26(3): 322-326
Ciambelli, M. 2014: Nurses leading the way: practice, policy and education Second Annual Membership Assembly. Colorado Nurse 114(4): 9 12-9 13
O'Connor, T. 2015: Nurses leaving--should we be worried?. Nursing New Zealand 21(5): 26-27
Healy, P. 1996: Nurses left to 'pick up the pieces' in A&E. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(20): 6-6
Anonymous 2002: Nurses make a flying start. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(2): 5-5
Aitchison, D. 1993: Nursing gets sucked up an ivory tower. Nursing Standard: 7(50): 42-43
Anonymous 1993: Nurses make poor show in Cannulae care. Nursing Standard 1987) 7(37): 16-16
While, A. 2016: Nurses making a difference in CCGs. British Journal of Community Nursing 21(8): 422
Jones-Berry, S. 2016: Nurses may fall at revalidation's first hurdle without CPD support. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(31): 12-13
Hand, D. 1991: Nurses may not have to pay for PREP. Nursing Standard: 1987) 6(9): 5
Anonymous 2016: Nurses may replace doctors in EDs. Emergency nurse: the journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 24(5): 6
Harrison, S. 2003: Nurses may win free ride in congestion charge zone. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(22): 9-9
Dean, E. 2011: Nurses miss out on essential training due to staff shortages. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(18): 8-8
Allen, D. 1993: Nurses missing opportunities on offer in management. Nursing Standard 1987) 7(37): 7-7
Maville, M.; Cormier, Gégoire.; Rabiller, Séphanie.; Dimet, Jérôme.; Cozic, Céline. 2016: Nurses mobilised in screening for osteoporosis. Revue de l'Infirmiere 65(226): 42-44
Anonymous 1991: Nurses more consistent in drug administration. Nursing Standard: 1987) 5(22): 15
Anonymous 2011: Nurses more likely to take flu vaccination if they believe there will be a personal benefit. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(12): 17-17
Anonymous 1997: Nurses mourn Diana's death. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(51): 7-7
Anonymous 2006: Nurses mourn colleague. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(31): 10-10
Anonymous 1997: Nurses move a step up the social ladder. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(15): 5-5
Scott, G. 1994: Mental health services heading for crisis. Nursing Standard: 8(43): 14
Lipley, N. 1999: Nurses must be consulted over end of life decisions. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(41): 9-9
Richards, T. 2005: Nurses must be passionate about the health service. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(32): 38-39
Anonymous 1999: Nurses must be prepared to speak out about their contribution to care. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(19): 6-6
Longhurst, C. 2016: Nurses must be prepared to talk to families about obesity. Nursing Children and Young people 28(7): 6
Anonymous 2016: Nurses must be protected if euthanasia legalised--NZNO. Nursing New Zealand 22(1): 9
Purser, A. 2015: Nurses must be willing to teach. Nursing New Zealand 21(10): 4
Anonymous 1995: Nurses must carefully consider taking on extended roles. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(51): 6-6
Harris, D. 2016: Nurses must embrace research. Nursing New Zealand 22(4): 2 41
Anonymous 1994: Nurses must ensure health resources are properly targeted. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(43): 9
Scott, G. 1994: Nurses must face the reality of decisions over rationing. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(42): 14
Leifer, D. 1995: Nurses must fight to get on new boards. Nursing Standard: 1987) 9(36): 7
Anonymous 1995: Nurses must help shape local continuing care policy. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(8): 11-11
Castledine, G. 1993: Nurses must maintain higher standards of hygiene. British Journal of Nursing 2(12): 634
Anonymous 2016: Nurses must make a greater effort to adapt to migrants: study shows deficits in culturally sensitive nursing. Pflege Zeitschrift 69(5): 257
Pittman, M. 2011: Nurses must not feel obliged to help in an emergency. Nursing Standard: 1987) 25(49): 32
Anonymous 1998: Nurses must retain control of bask care. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(44): 8-8
Anonymous 1993: Nurses must speak plainer language. Nursing Standard: 1987) 7(24): 6
Watson, S. 1998: Nurses must tackle the millennium bug. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(35): 6-6
Stafford, S.Nurse. 1997: Nurses must take the time to teach. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(51): 11-11
Doherty, L.; Lipley, N. 2009: Nurses must work 'smarter' to avoid proposed job cuts. Nursing Management 16(6): 4
Carlisle, D. 2015: Nurses need a voice in community care. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(40): 22-23
Keighley, T.; Wright, S. 2007: Nurses need an act of worship. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(30): 28-29
Tzankova, V.; Gorinova, C.; Kondeva-Burdina, M.; Simeonova, R.; Philipov, S.; Konstantinov, S.; Petrov, P.; Galabov, D.; Yoncheva, K. 2017: Antioxidant response and biocompatibility of curcumin-loaded triblock copolymeric micelles. Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods 27(1): 72-80
Anonymous 1993: Nurses need food for thought. Nursing Standard 1987) 7(37): 15-15
Mathieson, A. 1993: Nurses need more expertise before undertaking research. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(4): 14
Harrison, M. 1998: Nurses need more rewards than Mars bars. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(29): 11-11
Anonymous 1994: Nurses need more than public support says report. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(44): 5
Syson, B. 2015: Nurses need proper breaks to change unhealthy eating habits. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(52): 33
Howe, S. 2015: Nurses need the details on revalidation--fast. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(48): 3
Symes, H. 2015: Nurses need to 'up their game'. Nursing New Zealand 21(9): 4-5
Ruth Sander 2007: Nurses need to assess problems related to stress in care giving. Nursing Older people 19(6): 39
Doohan, J. 1997: Nurses need to be empowered too. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(50): 10-10
Anonymous 2016: Nurses need to be leaders, NMC told. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(40): 9
Cipriano, P.; Robeznieks, A. 2014: Nurses need to be thought leaders and decisionmakers in the transformation of healthcare. Modern Healthcare 44(39): 36-37
Corless, R. 1994: Nurses need to become GPs' partners. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(27): 8
Anonymous 2007: Nurses need to brush up on the topic of oral care. Nursing Older People 18(12): 39
Anonymous 1997: Nurses need to face up to disfigurement. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(4): 6-6
Anonymous 1997: Nurses need to sell their expertise. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(40): 11-11
Chilver, K. 2016: Nurses need to stand together to denounce this cruel government. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(34): 33
Anonymous 1998: Nurses need training for new roles. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(25): 5-5
Nazarko, L. 1994: Women not men need group boost. Nursing Standard: 8(25): 41
Horner, A.; Evans, C. 2016: Nurses need true grit. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 24(6): 41
Anonymous 2001: Nurses needed from around the world. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(32): 3-3
Bulford, S. 2015: Nurses needed in new student network for pre-hospital care. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(7): 30-31
Ward-Griffin, C.; Brown, J.Belle.; St-Amant, O.; Sutherland, N.; Martin-Matthews, A.; Keefe, J.; Kerr, M. 2015: Nurses negotiating professional-familial care boundaries: striving for balance within double duty caregiving. Journal of Family Nursing 21(1): 57-85
Anonymous 1996: Nurses not consulted over privatisation. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(20): 7-7
Anonymous 1995: Nurses object to neuroscience unit transfer. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(46): 8-8
Anonymous 1991: Nurses of all nations. Nursing Standard 1987) 5(23): 52-53
Anonymous 1990: Nurses of the 90s. Nursing Standard: 1987) 4(16): 20-22
Kowalski, K. 2015: Nurses on Boards. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 46(11): 489-491
Mayer, D.K. 2016: Nurses on Boards: My Experience on the Moonshot. Oncology Nursing Forum 43(5): 539-540
Miller, J.; Blackstock, S.C. 2016: Nurses on a Different Front Line. American Journal of Nursing 116(2): 11
Derek, H. 1991: Proposals for major change. Nursing Standard: 6(5): 19
Anonymous 2006: Nurses on the move - migration and the global health care economy Nurses on the move - migration and the global health care economy Kingma Mireille Cornell University Press 275pp £25.95 978 0 8014 7259 6 0801472598 [Formula: see text. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(29): 36-36
Anonymous 2010: Nurses on the run - why they come, why they stay Karen Buley Nurses on the run - why they come, why they stay (Ed) Dog Ear Publishing ( www.nursesontherunbook.com ) 156pp \$14.95/£9.80 978 160844 336 9 1608443361 [Formula: see text. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(11): 30-30
Koch, R. 2016: Nurses only? The international perspective. Krankenpflege. Soins Infirmiers 109(3): 14-5 76-7 92-3
Parish, C. 2001: Nurses overlooked in MS drug consultation process. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(48): 6-6
Rivera-Caravaca, J.é M.; Ruiz-Nodar, J.M.; Tello-Montoliu, A.; Esteve-Pastor, M.ía.A.ón.; Quintana-Giner, M.; Véliz-Martínez, A.; Orenes-Piñero, E.; Romero-Aniorte, A.I.; Vicente-Ibarra, N.; Pernias-Escrig, V.; Carrillo-Alemán, L.; Candela-Sánchez, E.; Hortelano, I.; Villamía, B.; Sandín-Rollán, M.; Nuñez-Martínez, L.; Valdés, M.; Marín, F. 2018: Disparities in the Estimation of Glomerular Filtration Rate According to Cockcroft-Gault, Modification of Diet in Renal Disease-4, and Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration Equations and Relation with Outcomes in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome. Journal of the American Heart Association 7(9)
Anonymous 2007: Nurses pay a weekly price. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(30): 1-1
Hand, D. 1991: Vote to delay reforms. Nursing Standard: 5(45): 12
Anonymous 2016: Nurses pay tribute to Kate Granger. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(48): 8
Murray, K. 2002: Nurses pay tribute to longest serving patron. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(30): 8-8
Wilkinson, M.; Whitehead, L.; Crowe, M. 2016: Nurses perspectives on long-term condition self-management: a qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing 25(1-2): 240-246
Anonymous 2001: Nurses pick up Prince's awards. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(44): 6-6
Stephenson, J. 2015: Nurses play key role in design of innovative children's hospital. Nursing Times 111(48): 6
Walker, J.M.; Wintergerst, K.A. 2015: Nurses play valuable roles in diabetes multidisciplinary team caring for children with diabetes in Louisville, Kentucky. Kentucky Nurse 63(1): 5
Anonymous 2005: Nurses praised as MRSA levels drop. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(26): 6-6
Anonymous 2016: Nurses praised for dedication during Cumbrian floods. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(19): 11
Anonymous 1997: Nurses pressured to inform on workers. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(43): 8-8
Anonymous 2005: Nurses prioritised for bird FLU vaccination. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(7): 7-7
Ford, S. 2015: Nurses protest against decision to end free student education. NursingTimes 111(49-50): 4
Anonymous 2001: Nurses prove their worth on NHS Direct. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(5): 7-7
Anonymous 2016: Nurses providing support in Fiji. Nursing New Zealand 22(2): 8
Duffin, C. 2005: Nurses put finger on the button to tackle violence. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(26): 8-8
Lomas, C. 2016: Nurses raise concerns about shelved safe staffing guidance. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 23(9): 8-9
Anonymous 2007: Nurses rally against jobs cuts while evidence reveals their true worth. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(16): 12-12
Habibi-Koolaee, M.; Safdari, R.; Bouraghi, H. 2015: Nurses readiness and electronic health records. Acta Informatica Medica: Aim: Journal of the Society for Medical Informatics of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Casopis Drustva Za Medicinsku Informatiku Bih 23(2): 105-107
Anonymous 1998: Nurses ready to report breaches of protocols. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(15): 8-8
Anonymous 2011: Nurses recognised for work with minority ethnic communities. Nursing Standard 1987) 26(9): 10-10
Anonymous 1998: Nurses recruited to cut suicide rate at trust. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(12): 9-9
Anonymous 1999: Nurses reject blair's claims over pay rise. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(22): 5-5
Dempsey, C. 2016: Intravenous cannula site management. Nursing Standard: 31(11): 64-65
Snow, T. 2010: Nurses reject pension plan that would keep them working to 65. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(50): 5-5
Anonymous 2014: Nurses replaced with HCAs in district teams. Nursing times 110(40): 7
Anonymous 2016: Nurses report fewer falls with open visiting. Nursing Times 112(8): 4
Hill, H.; Evans, J.Mm.; Forbat, L. 2015: Nurses respond to patients' psychosocial needs by dealing, ducking, diverting and deferring: an observational study of a hospice ward. Bmc Nursing 14: 60
Gillen, S. 2015: Government reveals 1% pay rise won't be rolled out to all NHS staff. Nursing Standard: 30(1): 7
Anonymous 2002: Nurses return to Afghan posts. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(17): 6-6
Anonymous 2010: Nurses revel in 25 colourful years at Notting Hill carnival. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(1): 10-10
Anonymous 2003: Nurses rise to the challenge. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(45): 7-7
Godfrey, K. 2015: Scheme helps tackle obesity in childhood. Nursing Times 111(20): 11
Stephen, H.; Watson, S. 1998: Nurses rush to help in omagh bomb atrocity. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 6(5): 4
Jackson, C.; McNally, M.; Cohen, P. 1988: Nurses said. Nursing Standard: 1987) 2(19): 11
Watson, S. 1998: Nurses save patients from 'suspicious' fire. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(49): 8-8
Anonymous 1995: Nurses saved lives after guy's power failure. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(18): 8-8
Ford, S. 2014: Nurses say 12-hour shifts are linked to poorer quality care. Nursing Times 110(40): 4
Karen 1993: NHS market gets me a job down at Tesco. Nursing Standard: 8(4): 41-42
Scott, G. 1994: Nurses set for roles as chief executives. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(43): 8
Anonymous 2001: Nurses set to claim 21 per cent pay increase. Nursing Management 8(5): 4
Longmore, M. 2016: Nurses share earthquake experiences. Nursing New Zealand 22(2): 11
Pryce, N. 2015: Nurses should address the need for extra eye-care support. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(2): 30
Dodsworth, S. 2015: Nurses should be exempt from changes to immigration rules. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(3): 30
Pinfield, J. 2015: Nurses should be familiar with vital signs for different age groups. Nursing Children and Young people 27(7): 13
Harding-Price, D. 2001: Nurses should be given free travel - like the police. Nursing Standard 1987) 16(10): 31-31
Smith, J. 2015: Nurses should be open with parents about range of resources available. Nursing Children and Young people 27(1): 13
Faiz, J. 1997: Nurses should boycott Saudi Arabia. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(50): 11-11
Hodgson, J. 1997: Nurses should embrace the NVQ. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(24): 10-10
Anonymous 2011: Nurses should examine their practice in light of the ombudsman's report. Nursing Standard: 1987) 25(28): 24
Owen, M. 2012: Nurses should get back to what they do best - nursing patients. Nursing Standard: 1987) 26(21): 32
Stephenson, J. 2016: Nurses should insist trusts obey sharp safety law. Nursing Times 112(8): 2-3
Jenks, J.C. 2016: Overactive bladder in women. Nursing Standard: 31(9): 52-63
Anonymous 1995: Nurses should oppose arms exports. Nursing Standard 1987) 9(31): 39-39
Anonymous 1993: Nurses should take a lead in alcohol education. Nursing Standard: 1987) 7(50): 16
Chapman, S. 2012: Nurses should urge parents to trust their instincts about their child. Nursing Children and Young People 24(3): 11-11
Lees, G. 2015: Nurses should use the election to make their opinions heard. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(31): 35
Anonymous 2005: Nurses shown as uncaring academics. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(21): 9-9
Smith, K. 1998: Nurses sidelined from co-op management. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(28): 8-8
Lipley, N. 1998: Nurses sidelined from primary care groups. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(36): 8-8
Sprinks, J. 2015: Nurses slate mental health staffing guide for not setting specific levels. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(45): 11
Anonymous 2003: Nurses speak out on AIDS. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(44): 12-12
Lipley, N.; Parish, C. 2003: Nurses split over 'threat' posed by foundation trusts. Nursing Management 10(8): 5
Duffin, C. 2003: Nurses start to do their own pay sums. Nursing Standard 1987) 17(21): 14-15
Anonymous 2007: Nurses stay in flooded school to help children. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(44): 8-8
Triggle, N. 2015: Nurses stress need for long-term planning and support for looked after children. Nursing Children and Young people 27(5): 8-9
Mooney, H. 2015: Nurses struck off for causing death of nursing home residents. Nursing times 111(38): 6
Longhurst, C. 2016: Nurses struggle to help pupils with long-term conditions. Nursing Children and Young people 28(8): 6
Carter, P. 2011: Nurses succeeded in improving the NHS reforms. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(42): 26-26
Anonymous 2005: Nurses support campaign. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(32): 5-5
Black, S. 2001: Nurses support plans for modernisation in Scotland. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(16): 8-8
Anonymous 2011: Nurses suspended in investigation into Panorama allegations. Nursing Standard 1987) 25(42): 8-8
Herman, B. 2014: Nurses take bigger role in health IT. Modern Healthcare 44(44): 32 34 36
Anonymous 1996: Nurses take their rightful place as 'major players' in political arena. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(40): 11-11
Hanson, L. 1995: Nurses taking lead on sex education. Nursing Standard 1987) 10(1): 41-42
Williams, S. 2016: Nurses the world over can work together. Nursing Management 23(8): 17
Longhurst, C. 2016: Nurses to 'go extra mile' during junior doctors strike. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(2): 7-8
Griffin, M. 2015: Cuts in public health funding will hit areas of greater need hardest. Nursing Standard: 29(51): 11
Anonymous 2001: Nurses to advise on consent forms. Nursing Standard 1987) 15(21): 6-6
Agnew, T. 2005: Nurses to be among the 'rarest of species' by 2010. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(50): 9-9
Lipley, N. 1999: Nurses to be font runners , in new strategy to save lives. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(42): 6-6
Duffin, C.; Lipley, N. 2007: Nurses to decide on resuscitation, guidelines suggest. Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the Rcn Accident and Emergency Nursing Association 15(7): 3
Duffin, C. 2000: Nurses to evaluate their work in pay overhaul. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(33): 5-5
Anonymous 2015: Nurses to face fresh NMC registration fee hike. Nursing Standard: 1987) 29(25): 8
Curtis, E.; White, P. 2002: Resistance to change causes and solutions. Nursing Management 8(10): 15-20
Anonymous 2000: Nurses to help seek consent. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(35): 6-6
Anonymous 1997: Nurses to receive higher honours. Nursing Standard 1987) 11(46): 8-8
Burke, K. 1999: Nurses told to avoid dose relationships with their patients. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(49): 4-4
Anonymous 2016: Nurses told to engage more with technology. NursingTimes 112(21-23): 4
Anonymous 1990: Nurses told to mobilise for future. Nursing Standard: 1987) 5(7): 10
Anonymous 2004: Nurses told to respect sexuality. Nursing Standard 1987) 18(50): 8-8
Anonymous 2010: Nurses too afraid to blow the whistle at Mid Staffs, inquiry told. Nursing Standard 1987) 24(19): 6-6
Davies, J. 2016: Nursing needs to keep its seat at the heart of government. Nursing Times 112(26): 7
Kreutzer, S. 2014: Nurses traveling afar. Pflege Zeitschrift 67(12): 756-758
Anonymous 1998: Nurses trust in Scotland. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(39): 60-61
Anonymous 2015: Nurses turn back time in ceremony to honour Cavell's sacrifice. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(7): 7
Anonymous 1999: Nurses turn to alcohol to relieve stress. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(24): 9-9
Cohen, P. 1998: Nurses turn to law in battle against stress. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(20): 7-7
Conn, J. 2015: Nurses turn to speech-recognition software to speed documentation. Modern Healthcare 45(50): 22-23
Healy, P. 1995: Employers complacent over growing shortage of nurses. Nursing Standard: 10(10): 6
Cipriano, P.F. 2015: Nurses unite with pride (and stethoscopes). American Nurse 47(6): 3
Anonymous 1991: Nurses urged not to use 'misleading' book. Nursing Standard: 1987) 5(22): 5
Snow, T. 2006: Nurses urged to be more active in buying services. Nursing Standard 1987) 20(42): 16-16
Lowe, N.K. 2018: Disparities in the Health of Women and Children. Journal of Obstetric Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing: Jognn 47(3): 273-274
Munn, F. 2016: Nurses urged to get the flu jab. Nursing Standard: 1987) 31(10): 12-13
Doherty, L. 2008: Nurses urged to help develop indicators for measuring quality. Nursing Standard 1987) 23(12): 10-10
Longhurst, C. 2016: Nurses urged to lobby NHS to fund HIV drug. Nursing Standard: 1987) 30(50): 9
Anonymous 2015: Nurses urged to lobby local leaders over impact of cuts to public health. Nursing times 111(48): 4
Anonymous 1999: Nurses urged to promote men's health. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(37): 6-6
Scott, G. 1994: Nurses urged to stay firm on pay as MPs get 4.7% increase. Nursing Standard: 1987) 8(50): 5
Anonymous 2015: Nurses urged to use RCN's manifesto in run up to general election. Nursing Older People 27(2): 6
Anonymous 2012: Nurses use Olympics to promote public health. Nursing Standard: 1987) 26(22): 5
Jones-Berry, S.; Sprinks, J. 2016: Nurses use annual leave to fulfil CPD requirement. Nursing Older people 28(4): 7
Cornock, M.A. 1995: Nurses valued!. Nursing Standard: 1987) 10(10): 49
van Lieshout, E.Jan.; Binnekade, J.; Reussien, E.; Dongelmans, D.; Juffermans, N.P.; de Haan, R.J.; Schultz, M.J.; Vroom, M.B. 2016: Nurses versus physician-led interhospital critical care transport: a randomized non-inferiority trial. Intensive Care Medicine 42(7): 1146-1154
Abdollahimohammad, A.; Firouzkouhi, M.; Amrollahimishvan, F.; Alimohammadi, N. 2016: Nurses versus physicians' knowledge, attitude, and performance on care for the family members of dying patients. Korean Journal of Medical Education 28(1): 79-85
Williams, K. 1994: Nurses vital in fight against obesity. Nursing Standard: 1987) 9(1): 10
Merrifield, N. 2016: Nurses voice fears that bursary cuts will jeopardise safe staffing. Nursing Times 112(18): 4
Kendall-Raynor, P. 2010: Nurses vote to increase awareness of sexual diseases. Nursing Older people 22(5): 5
Harrison, S. 2005: Nurses walked off their feet for distant supplies. Nursing Standard 1987) 19(41): 8-8
Shamash, J. 1997: Nurses wanted: only car owners need apply. Nursing Standard 1987) 12(5): 9-9
Nurses, S.Canning. 1993: Nurses warned against salary 'donations'. Nursing Standard: 1987) 7(38): 7
Waters, A. 1999: Nurses warned of possible new variant CJD epidemic. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(3): 8-8