Ensure your practice is evidence-based with our guideline summaries, expert articles, and educational resources

Guidelines for Nurses summaries are designed to be concise and practical, and are developed in conjunction with the original guideline development group; our expert, practical articles are written specifically for our nurse audience

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    NICE smoking cessation guideline

    2018-06-06T09:44:00+01:00By

    This summary covers evidence-based interventions for encouraging smoking cessation, engaging with smokers who may or may not be ready to quit, and relevant training to support stop smoking services.

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    Endometriosis: information for the public

    2018-05-29T15:10:00+01:00By

    This concise summary covers making decisions about endometriosis treatment and where to find more support

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    NICE otitis media guideline

    2018-05-29T15:10:00+01:00By

    This summary discusses appropriate management of children and young people with otitis media, with a focus on when it is appropriate to offer antibiotic prescriptions.

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