In celebration of Neuroscience Nurses Week we talked to DaiWai Olson, a Staff Nurse and Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics at the University of Texas Southwestern (Dallas, TX, USA) and Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Neuroscience Nursing.
In celebration of Neuroscience Nurses Week, we talked to Cindy Sullivan, a Nurse Practitioner in the Department of Neurosurgery at Barrow Neurological Institute (Phoenix, AZ, USA) and President of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses.
In celebration of International Nurses Day we talked to Anne Preece, a Head Injury Advanced Nurse Practitioner from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Birmingham, UK), about her experiences as a neuroscience nurse and how she juggles work and life in such a demanding role.
Finding Your Way™: a collaborative approach to increase awareness of missing person events among persons with dementia
Wayfinding skills deteriorate with cognitive impairment, making getting lost a significant risk for individuals with dementia. This article reviews the ‘Finding Your Way’ program designed to raise awareness of the issue and improve public and caregiver responses.
Infographic of Parkinson’s disease facts for World Parkinson’s Day 2016.
Harnessing group composition-related effects in pain management programs: a review and recommendations
G Lorimer Moseley et al. review the impact of group composition in cognitive-behavioral therapy for chronic pain and present a conceptual framework for analyzing group-composition within the context of pain management.
This article reviews pain management processes in a correctional setting and key research which could influence these interventions.
This article discusses issues in the management of catatonia and the need for early diagnosis and effective treatment.
We discuss how multiple sclerosis management needs to change with world expert Gavin Giovannoni.
Evidence-to-practice gaps in post-stroke management: a focus on care in a stroke unit and anticoagulation to prevent death, disability and recurrent stroke
This article discusses the importance of two key elements of stroke care; stroke units and anticoagulation therapy, including their translation into practice and the associated economic implications.