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Back to the streets
von Carlisle, D
In: Community Care, 12 (1996), p. 20-1

...Reports on why black and ethnic minority housing associations are fearful about the future now the Housing Corporation has taken a controversial decision to withdraw targeted support. The Housing Corp...

Badge of courage
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 88 (1992), 26 Feb 92, 54-5 : il.

...Talks to Red Cross nurse Claire Bertschinger, who drew attention to the plight of the starving in Ethiopia and inspired Band Aid. (Abstract amended)...

Barefoot doctors
von Carlisle, D
In: Health Service Journal, 8 (2001), 12-13 : il.

...Doctors, dentists and nurses are living in poverty in the UK. They are the refugees and asylum seekers who, one year ago, were promised a welcome by the hard-pressed NHS. But little seems to have happ...

'Bart's for nurses'
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 85 (1989), 29 Nov 89, 52-3 : il.

...Learned what it was like to nurse at Bart's at the beginning of the war. Joins a group of former Bart's nurses at their 50-year reunion party. (Abstract amended)...

Bitter rain
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 92 (1996), 16, p. 16-17

...It is 10 years since the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, and illnesses attributable to the fallout continue to be found, particularly in children. Reports on the rising tide of cancers...

By word of mouth
von Carlisle, D
In: Health Service Journal, 28 (2002), 18 : il.

...Reports how attempts to address the alarmingly high rates of oral cancer among Britain's Asian community are fraught with difficulty. Looks at the links between oral cancer and tobacco use, and the ri...

Child friendly?
von Carlisle, D
In: Community Care, 26 (1998), 18-19 : il.

...Asks why the children of people with mental illness are often poorly supported and describes recent moves to remedy the situation. Notes that currently, children whose mothers are admitted to psychiat...

Children of Goma
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 91 (1995), 2, 14-15 : il.

...Reports from the Ndosho centre in Zaire on the resilient young refugees of the war in Rwanda. Describes how a British medical team from the charity MERLIN have set up a hospital for these children, fu...

Children of the war
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 89 (1993), 3, 32-3 : il.

...A recent visit to Moscow to investigate child care included a visit to an orphanage for children from wartorn Nagorno Karabakh. Recounts the experience. (Original abstract-amended)...

Chaos theory
von Carlisle, D
In: Community Care, 27 (1996), p. 16-17

...Essex was recently the scene of a series of heart stopping disasters, set up as part of an ambitious simulation designed to test the skills of social services and the emergency services to the limit. ...

Collaborative auditing
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 87 (1991), 9 Jan 91, 30-1 : il.

...Concern with quality assurance and resource management in the USA had led managers to change their methods of assessing clinical care. Investigates how one UK health region is adapting their ideas. (O...

A colourful, fresh start
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 87 (1991), 7 Aug 91, p. 46-7

...Reports on developments in mental health arts activities including an exclusive art centre open only to people recovering from periods of mental illness. (Original abstract)...

A clause for alarm?
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 88 (1992), 10 Jun 92, p. 29-30

...Investigates the claim of RCN that some NHS trusts are trying to impose 'gagging clauses' on nurses. Trust managers disagree. (Abstract amended)...

Cancer: the big picture
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 98 (2002), 35, 22-4 : il.

...Cancer is the world's biggest killer. Reports on trends in the disease and the latest research on prevention and cure. Focuses on breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer and colorectal cancer, whi...

Can do, can't do?
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 91 (1995), 47, p. 22-3

...Looks at the work of Can Do (Changing Abilities Now: Disability Options), an innovative nurse-run centre in Dumfries where people with disabilities meet, socialise, meditate, relax, exercise, see the ...

Confined to barracks?
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 92 (1996), 21, p. 20-1

...Reports on recent government proposals to cut the mobility allowance for learning disabled adults in NHS accommodation. This means that extras such as leisure activities or outings with elderly parent...

Economies of scales
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 92 (1996), 50, p. 38-9

...Describes the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales, a set of 12 scales that cover the main areas of health and social functioning found in secondary mental health services. This research instrument is ...

Careful talk saves lives
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 92 (1996), 17, p. 16-17

...A survey of Nursing Times readers shows how nurses have become disaffected with the amount of time they have to talk to patients. Staff shortages are often cited as a reason for this shortfall in the ...

Careful what you say
von Carlisle, D
In: Nursing Times, 87 (1991), 21 Aug 91, 29-30 : il.

...Talks to an AandE nurse whose comments on the Cannon Street rail crash were blown up into sensational stories in the national press. (Original abstract)...

Crumbs of comfort
von Carlisle, D
In: Health Service Journal, 31 (2002), 14-15 : il.

...The first proposed firefighters' strike of October 2002 was postponed, but there is no guarantee that a strike will not take place if the pay dispute cannot be settled quickly. Looks at whether the NH...

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