Nurses' views about services for older people with learning disabilities
- THE CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST AND NURSE PRACTITIONER ROLES: ROOM FOR BOTH OR TAKE YOUR PICK? Elsm, Stephen; Happell, Brenda; Manias, Elizabeth // Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing;Dec2006/Feb2007, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p56
Objective: The aim of this paper is to contribute to pertinent discussions regarding advanced practice nursing roles. In particular discussion will focus on the potential implications for the developing nurse ractitioner (NP) role on the existing clinical nurse specialist (CNS) roles. Setting:...
- AN�LISIS DE LA PRODUCCI�N CIENT�FICA DE LOS ENCUENTROS DE INVESTIGADORES EN SALUD MENTAL Y ENCUENTRO DE ESPECIALISTAS EN ENFERMER�A PSIQUI�TRICA. Munari, Denize Bouttelet; De Oliveira, Nunila Ferreira; Saeki, Toyoko; De Mello e Souza, Maria Concei��o Bernardo // Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem (RLAE);may/jun2008, Vol. 16 Issue 3, preceding p1
This literature review was organized on the basis of the Annals of Mental Health Researcher and Psychiatric Nursing Specialists Meetings promoted by the University of S�o Paulo at Ribeir�o Preto College of Nursing. It aimed to describe the history of these events, investigating the scenario...
- focus. Meeting workforce demand in mental health. Harris, Derith; Pavlou, Chris // Australian Nursing Journal;Sep2010, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p43
The article focuses on the effectiveness of practice development in improving the skills of enrolled nurses working in the mental health program at Southern Health in Victoria.
- Rewards of mental health nursing are a draw for career switchers. Duffin, Christian // Mental Health Practice;Apr2009, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p20
In December 2008, readers of RCN Publishing's eight specialist nursing journals were surveyed about their careers and their opinions on the state of nursing in the UK. This article examines the responses of the readers of Mental Health Practice and compares them with the overall survey results....
- Which doctor does what? // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p109
Defines different types of doctors, telling what they specialize in. Dentist; Orthodontist; Pediatrician; Orthopedist; Allergist; Dermatologist; Radiologist; Oncologist; Cardiologist; Psychiatrist.
- Which doctor does what? // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p107
Explains what various types of doctors do. Dentist; Orthodontist; Pediatrician; Orthopedist; Allergist; Dermatologist; Radiologist; Oncologist; Cardiologist; Psychiatrist.
- Why specialize? Martel, Judy // Indiana Business Magazine;Nov94, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p30
Discusses why hospitals in Indiana specialize on a particular medical service. Factors to consider in the development of specialty; Importance of commitment; Cost implication of specialization in medical care; Patients' referral of hospitals based on specialized services.
- OBITUARY. G.B. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/16/90, Vol. 300 Issue 6739, p1581
Presents several obituaries of medical specialists in Great Britain.
- Knowing who you are and what you want. Grandinetti, Deborah // Medical Economics;01/08/2001, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p47
Gives advice to physicians on how to choose their field of specialization in medicine. Factors which physicians should consider when choosing a certain field of specialization; How to identify the opportunities for the chosen field; Areas which provide opportunities to physicians. INSET:...