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Sleep Tight- No Snoring
Sleep Tight- No Snoring
Nursing Lecture
Added: 23/10/2017
There is increasing research about the importance of sleep not only to our physical health but also our mental well being. In this lecture Dr Clare Anderson explains the normal changes in sleep that o...ccur due to advancing age. Learn about some of the key sleep concepts and why men and women sleep differently.
Changes and Challenges in Surgical Nursing
Changes and Challenges in Surgical Nursi...ng
Nursing Lecture
Added: 16/10/2017
The nature of surgical procedures today and the increasing co-morbidity of patients are just some of the impacts on surgical nursing practice. Sue Queurruel says that surgical patients are more compl...ex than ever, presenting unique challenges for nurses working in this speciality.
The Challenge - Acute on Chronic Pain
The Challenge - Acute on Chronic Pain
Nursing Lecture
Added: 09/10/2017
Sue Querruel says that acute pain management for surgical patients who experience chronic pain can be a challenge for many nurses. In this session, learn about the treatment and best practice nursing ...assessment that will enable you to tackle this challenge head on.
Surgical Nursing- What's Old is New Again
Surgical Nursing- What's Old is New Agai...n
Nursing Lecture
Added: 02/10/2017
As surgical units become busier and more complex than ever, how do we meet these challenges and keep up with the need to provide care for increasingly complex patients? What is old that can become new... again?
Men’s Health in the 21st Century
Men’s Health in the 21st Century
Nursing Lecture
Added: 30/09/2017
Men outrank women in death and major disability rates for all major diseases and whilst male health is considered important, it is not yet promoted well enough. This interesting session by Men's Healt...h Nurse Practitioner Stuart Wilder, looks at the past, present and future of men's health in Australia. Learn about the key issues in men's health and why health promotion needs to occur across the lifespan.
The Physiology of ECT - Part 4 of 4
The Physiology of ECT - Part 4 of 4
Nursing Lecture
Added: 19/06/2017
This is part 4 of a 4-part series.ECT induces a controlled seizure in a person by passing electricity through the brain. Although fraught with controversy, this can be a very effective means of breaki...ng the depressive cycle and even saving life. This session looks at the types of ECT, the known underlying physiology, how it is believed to work and its indication for use.
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