The Swedish Society of Nursing is a nonprofit organization and a forum for discussing and developing nursing care by promoting nursing research, ethics, education and quality in nursing. The Society thereby contributes toward a high standard of nursing and health care for the benefit of patients and the people close to them.
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Alcohol and older people
The report addresses the elderly’s increased sensitivity to the effects of alcohol which, in combination with the ageing process, may increase the risk of disease and accidents, even at relatively low consumption levels. It describes the relationsh
This places a personal responsibility on the nurse within the team and on management to play an active part in quality improvement in nursing care. The quality improvement work of the Swedish Society of Nursing is dedicated to improve the quality and
There are unmotivated differences in the Swedish public medical service, for example between socioeconomic groups, geographic areas, sex and gender despite the fact that guidelines and documents that steer the service demand it to be equitable.