In this blog for nurses, Sarah Chapman shares the latest Cochrane evidence on incontinence-associated dermatitis and registered nurses Teresa Chinn and Shannon Deakin consider the challenges of applying evidence to practice.
Category Archives: Evidence for Everyday Nursing
Established practices may be so familiar that they aren’t questioned. They should be. We consider this here in an area of everyday nursing practice, pressure ulcer management, but hope this will be read in the context of other areas of healthcare.
A blog for nurses on the latest Cochrane evidence on central venous catheters and infection risk
The poor state of the evidence on antibiotics and antiseptics for wounds.
Stop and think for a moment about the drinks you’ve had today, or this week (let’s stick with the...
A round-up of Cochrane evidence on foot ulcers in people with diabetes, for our Evidence for Everyday Nursing series
Individualized discharge planning probably shortens hospital stays, finds Cochrane evidence.
New evidence on the benefits of oral cryotherapy for people having certain cancer treatments
Caring for your patient with a central venous catheter: preventing infection
Catch up with our WeNurses tweetchat on evidence for when to change peripheral venous catheters and what's happening in practice
Our new series Evidence for Everyday Nursing starts with this blog on when to re-site peripheral venous catheters
Why #WeNurses founder Teresa Chinn welcomes our new evidence series for nurses