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Nursing in Practice GLASGOW 2010 presentation slides

Here are the slide presentations from the GLASGOW 2010 Nursing in Practice Event in PDF format for you to download and view at your leisure. (Adobe reader required - click here to download it for free.)

Type 2 diabetes: the use of GLP-1 receptor agonists
Dr Stephanie Brown
Novo Nordisk

"I want to lose weight ... BUT ..."

Mandy Cassidy
UKCP Registered psychotherapist

Real-life effectiveness of antimalarial drugs: new data on UK travellers
Carolyn Driver, Independent Travel Health and Immunisation Specialist Nurse

Newer therapies in type 2 diabetes
Jill Hill, Diabetes Nurse Consultant for NHS Birmingham East and North

Emergency contraception: changing practice, improving outcomes
Anne Johnstone, Research Nurse for Sexual Health Services, NHS Lothian

Current issues in cardiac nursing
Susan Kennedy, BHF Cardiac Care Lecturer, Nursing and Health Care, University of Glasgow

Alcohol interventions - the scale of the problem and the scale of the response
Jack Law, CEO, Alcohol Focus Scotland

NuvaRing - the monthly contraceptive choice
Margaret McArthur, Lead Nurse Sexual Health/Practice Development Nurse, NHS Forth Valley

So you think asthma has been sorted?
Ruth McArthur, Practice Nurse with a Special Interest in Respiratory and Allergic Disease, and Education for Health Trainer

Putting patients first and nurses' contribution to quality care provision in community settings
Deirdre McCormick, Nursing Officer - Children, Vulnerable Families and Early Years, Scottish Government

Modernising nursing in the community
Susan O'Rourke, National Project Officer, Chief Nursing Officer Directorate, Scottish Government

Promoting early discharge from the neonatal unit by introducing short-term nasogastric feeding at home
Sue Peak and Debbie Woodward, Neonatal Outreach Sisters, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Identifying and managing wound infection: a case study approach
John Timmons, Tissue Viability Nurse, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Clinical Manager, Wounds UK

Domestic abuse can seriously damage your health
Nel Whiting, Learning and Development Worker, Scottish Women's Aid