A summary of our tweetchat with #wenurses on evidence and practice relating to urinary catheters
Tag Archives: Evidence for Everyday Nursing
A blog for nurses on Cochrane evidence on short-term catheterisation and reflections on what clinicians need to consider for best practice
In this blog for nurses, Sarah Chapman looks at Cochrane evidence on intermittent catheterisation for long-term bladder management and...
This Evidence for Everyday Nursing blog considers Cochrane evidence and the role of nurses in helping people stop smoking
Sarah Chapman reflects on how Cochrane UK used social media to share Cochrane evidence on replacement of peripheral venous catheters with nurses
Sarah Chapman puts the spotlight on the evidence around pressure ulcer management and the implications for everyday nursing practice and future research
In this blog for nurses, Helen Cowan turns to the Cochrane Library to look for evidence to inform her practice on urinary catheter care.
In this blog for nurses, paediatrician and Cochrane UK Fellow Rufaro Ndokera looks at qualitative Cochrane evidence on the use of protocols for ventilation weaning and Charlotte Hill, an intensive care senior nurse, reflects on the evidence and practice.
This blog for nurses considers evidence and practice on optimal positioning for mechanically ventilated preterm babies
Hip fracture is a common injury, but do we have reliable evidence to guide care and rehabilitation?
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.
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.