“Spare the rod, spoil the child.” As a parent, whenever the subject of discipline comes up, this old adage always comes up. Then there are those who say that if kids are spanked, they won’t turn into entitled, violent criminals. 1,423 more words
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What’s New?’ is a monthly current awareness bulletin, produced by The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Staff Library service.
This edition brings together the latest guidelines, standards, appraisals, reports and reviews (published during April 2018) to help keep staff up to date. 45 more words
Practice based in evidence (EBP) means that you must critique/synthesize evidence and then apply it to particular setting and populations using your best judgement. This means that you must discriminate about when (and when NOT) to apply the research. 109 more words
Criteria guiding the medical community for screening patients for diabetes can vary based on the professional group making the recommendations. For example, the screening guidelines by the United States Preventive Service Task Force (2015) is less stringent that the screening guidelines by the… 384 more words
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