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Dementia and communication

Dementia, what ever the subtype, is caused by underlying disease processes and damage to the nerve cells in the brain. This damage impairs our executive function - the processes in our brains which...

Exploring the delivery of end-of-life care by community nurses

Community nursing services across the UK have faced unprecedented pressures both before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, including the provision of palliative and EOLC (Mitchell et al, 2021)....

Skin tone and wound care: bridging the knowledge and care provision gap

A systematic review of diversity in dermatologic randomised control trials showed that, while racial and ethnic data reporting is becoming increasingly transparent, inclusive representation remains...

Challenges to concordance: theories that explain variations in patient responses

On occasion, despite HPs' best efforts to share information and develop a relationship of ‘equals’ with patients, some patients still fail to concord (Seligman, 1975; Hewison, 1995; Morden et al,...

Caring for people with multiple sclerosis who use cannabis for symptom control

Cannabis (Cannabis sativa) is a flowering plant that contains around 400 chemicals, over 70 of which are cannabinoids (Atakan, 2012). Two of these cannabinoids have been of interest within the field...

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