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California combats C-section rate

The policy wonk in me is all in a tither about some good news from California.

In short, in California the guys who pay the hospitals are using their financial power to promote evidence-based medicine. 280 more words


Afraid to Relieve Pain? You may have Opiophobia

In pain management are you afraid to give comfort to your patients with appropriate medications?   Are you afraid to be comforted when in pain?  Have you encountered families or care partners, who are afraid to comfort their loved one in pain by giving pain medications? 369 more words

Evidence Based Nursing

Early reading

The literacy education war between whole language and phonics has raged since long before I was born.

In the blue corner, whole language argues for a whole-word approach to literacy instruction. 1,410 more words

Child Development

Stronger by working together: Lessons on what makes for effective collaboration between schools in Wales

By Robert Smith

Allowing practitioners to design and lead change in the school system is increasingly the way that successful systems across the world are approaching educational reform. 693 more words


Child protection--Objective or Subjective?

Perpetual Motion

Child, Youth and Family’s (CYF) ‘Expert’ Panel Final Report was finally released on 7th April 2016,which attracted domestic and overseas discussions. For the reason that the majority of people have been anticipating child protection system improvements. 506 more words

CYF Review

Let’s Talk Evidence!

Marlaine Schaefer-a pseudonym

On April 7th 2016, Hon. Anne Tolley announced the release of the Expert Advisory Panel’s (EAP) final report, which signalled sweeping changes to be made to New Zealand’s statutory organisation, Child, Youth, and Family (CYF). 563 more words

CYF Review

Are we robbing from Peter to fix Paul and is evidence-based practice the answer?

Health Student 

As we anticipate the changes to take place to child protection, we can see the Expert Panel final report: Investing in New Zealand children and their families… 623 more words

CYF Review