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    Leclerc Registered Nurse RN Ph D in Education Philosophiæ Doctor Director of Documentary Research infiressources videotron ca Denise Couillard Registered Nurse RN Master of Education MEd In charge of the sections Perinatal Care Pediatrics and Care of the Adolescent infiressources videotron ca Caroline Larue Registered Nurse RN Ph D in Psychopedagogy Philosophiæ Doctor Associate Professor Faculty of Nursing Université de Montréal Member of the Interdisciplinary Commitee for Health Sciences infiressources

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  • Advance Nursing Practice
    and Denise Bryant Lukosius RN CNS PhD The report provides an understanding of the roles of advanced practice nurses APN the contexts in which APNs are being used and the health system factors that influence the way in which advanced practice nursing is being integrated into the Canadian health care system The report focuses on three types of APNs clinical nurse specialists CNS primary health care nurse practitioners PHCNP and acute care nurse practitioners ACNP 2010 Canadian Health Services Research Foundation PDF 1 MB 122 p Appendices PDF 834 KB 50 p Search Results News Source In Fusion Last visit February 7 2011 Neonatalogy Scope of Medical Activities Performed by Neonatal Nurse Practitioners Published by Customer Service and Communications Departement OIIQ 2010 Last visit February 6 2011 Advanced Nursing Practice position statement based on Advanced Nursing Practice A National Framework Published by the Canadian Nurses Association 2008 Advanced Nursing Practice A National Framework The framework is a national consensus document that was developed through consultations with health care experts across the country It has been updated to reflect current practice and the ongoing evolution of advanced nursing roles which are changing to serve clients best interests The revised framework highlights

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  • Cancer and Care
    Cancer a Global Perspective These recommendations underpin and inform of their educational materials and programmes Cancer View Canada is an ever evolving online community and work space that links users to cancer services information and resources across the country Listen the video to learn about this site See also features for health professionals and features for patients and the public Skin Cancer published by the Canadian Dermatology Association Click on each of the links to learn more about different types of skin cancer Basal Cell Skin Cancer Squamous Cell Skin Cancer Malignant Melanoma Actinic Keratoses Last visit May 30 2009 Highlights of Patient Pain Management on the site of the National Cancer Institute Last visit on 18 January 2009 Bladder Cancer on the site of the National Cancer Institute Last visit on 18 January 2009 Breast Cancer on the site of the National Cancer Institute Last visit on 18 January 2009 Colon and Rectal Cancer on the site of the National Cancer Institute Last visit on 18 January 2009 Kidney renal cell Cancer on the site of the National Cancer Institute Last visit on 18 January 2009 Helping to cope with cancer on the site of the Canadian Cancer Society section Quebec Reliable information on cancer emotional support material and financial support and accomodation Last visit on 18 January 2009 Screening for Colorectal Cancer On It s Your Health of Health Canada Last visit on 18 January 2009 Cancer in Young Adults in Canada This report identifies and interprets trends in incidence and death rates in young Canadian adults aged 20 to 44 from 1983 to 1999 Published by Cancer Care Ontario in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada May 2006 Last visit on 18 January 2009 What is non Hodgkin lymphoma On the site of of the

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  • Cardiology and Care
    changes in resuscitation practice or resuscitation training In addition it provides the rationale for the recommendations PDF 4 MB 32 p Last visit November 7 2010 Peripheral Artery Disease Under Diagnosed Under Treated by Michael S Conte M D Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery UCSF Heart and Vascular Center February 2009 Clinical monitoring of antiarrhythmics in critical care by Jean Luc Beaumont nurse clinician specialized in cardiovascular and respiratory nursing The purpose of this article is to provide an understanding of the action mechanisms of antiarrhythmics and the clinical monitoring associated with their expected outcomes This article is divided into two parts The electrophysiology section explains the relationship between the action potential of the myocardial fiber and the point of impact of antiarrhythmics The antiarrythmics section covers the classification and action mechanisms of each class of antiarrhythmics as well as clinical monitoring Cardiac rehabilitation Building a better life after heart disease on MayoClinic com Cardiovascular disease 101 Understanding heart and blood vessel conditions on MayoClinic com You can prevent a stroke On Public Health Agency of Canada Multilingual and multicultural web resources The Heart and Sroke Foundation has translated and culturally adapted some resources for First Nation African Canadian Chinese Iranian Persian and South Asian communities to increase understanding of the risk factors and warning signs for heart disease and stroke Shake your salt habit by Alyssa Rolnick RD Too much salt may increase blood pressure the number one risk factor for stroke and a major contributor to heart disease Because our diets are generally so high in salt everybody even those with normal blood pressure can benefit from reducing their salt intake Here are five easy ways Source The Heart and Stroke Foundation Estimate of the benefits of a population based reduction in dietary sodium additives on hypertension

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  • Care of Wounds and Bedsores
    Extremity Ulcers A Case Study and Review of the Literature by Steven Miller DPM The author describes how a treatment initially prescribed to manage the patient s lichen planus appeared to facilitate healing of her chronic foot wound The Effect of Tacrolimus on Lower Extremity Ulcers Source Ostomy Wound Management vol 54 no 4 p 36 42 April 2008 Negative Pressure Wound Therapy by Mona Mylene Baharestani PhD APN CWOCN CWS and James H Quillen The authors examine the clinical outcomes of the use of negative pressure wound therapy in the adjunctive management of necrotizing fascitis Source Ostomy Wound Management vol 54 no 4 p 44 50 April 2008 Acoustic Pressure Wound Therapy for Management of Mixed Partial and Full Thickness Burns in a Rural Wound Center by John Samies MD Marie Hegling RN BSN CWOCN Report of the use of acoustic pressure wound therapy for management of mixed partial and full thickness burns in a rural wound center Source Ostomy Wound Management vol 54 no 3 p 56 59 March 2008 Topical Metronidazole for the Treatment of Wound Odor A Review of the Literature by Julia C Paul MSN CCRN CS NP CWS RN Barbara A Pieper PhD APRN BC CWOCN FAAN Use of topical Metronidazole for the treatment of wound odour a review of the literature Source Ostomy Wound Management vol 54 no 3 p 18 27 March 2008 Prevalence of Silver Resistance in Bacteria Isolated from Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Efficacy of Silver Containing Wound Dressings by Steven L Percival PhD Emma Woods PhD Moses Nutekpor MSc Phil Bowler MPhil Alan Radford PhD and Christine Cochrane PhD Study aimed to examine the prevalence of silver resistance in bacteria isolated from diabetic foot ulcers Source Ostomy Wound Management vol 54 no 3 p 30 41 March 2008 A

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  • Community Health
    care strategies in the community It also contains social aspects and aspects of multi cultural care Responsibility of Danielle Paquette Desjardins consultant Lice Lice Lice All there is to know about head lice Lice have been around for a long time and they are not about to disappear any time soon They are not dangerous although they can be quite annoying You can download this PDF format document 352 K of 8 pages on your workstation Publicationof MSSS Caring for Nurses in Public Health Emergencies by Carol Amaratunga Michelle Carter Tracey O Sullivan Karen Phillips Ron The Healthy Heart Kit Saunders Patricia Thille on the site of CPRN Canadian Policy Research Networks This report underlines significant gaps in support for nurses in the event of a public health emergence GlobalHealthFacts org This web site allows visitors to compare health information in various countries on HIV AIDS malaria tuberculosis SARS avian flu and yellow fever Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse CCSA is Canada s national addictions agency Their mission is to provide objective evidence based information and advice that will help reduce the health social and economic harm associated with substance abuse and addictions The Healthy Heart Kit at the Public

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  • Critical Care
    Agora Tools for Education Great Educators Research Chronicle Day to day Ethics Profession Care Management Nurse Entrepreneur Youth Section Beyond Borders This chronicle is about high tech care requiring highly specialized interventions Cardiopulmonary Resucitation CPR Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Position Statement 2008 Click here to download the PDF version of this article 290 KB Clinical monitoring of antiarrhythmics in critical care by Jean Luc Beaumont nurse clinician specialized in cardiovascular and respiratory nursing The purpose of this article is to provide an understanding of the action mechanisms of antiarrhythmics and the clinical monitoring associated with their expected outcomes This article is divided into two parts The electrophysiology section explains the relationship between the action potential of the myocardial fiber and the point of impact of antiarrhythmics The antiarrythmics section covers the classification and action mechanisms of each class of antiarrhythmics as well as clinical monitoring Burns and Trauma An online resource for reviewing the topic of burns and trauma Includes electronic flash cards the Twenty First Century version word searches the game of concentration and matching By Karin Sherrill Source Eureka The CPR Product Support site will provide you with CD specific information and a detailed Frequently Asked

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