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A-Z of Hospital Services Patient Information Videos Colostrum Pack Cataract Operation Aphasia: Communication top tips Mental Health First Aid Looking after your cast Accelerating your recovery after having an arm cast How to prevent a pressure ulcer when you have a cast How to go up and down the stairs with crutches How to sit down and stand up with crutches How to walk with crutches Dementia and carers - Coping tactics How to clean your moulded hearing aid How to help someone insert their moulded hearing aid How to insert your moulded hearing aid How to re-tube your moulded hearing aid How to use a Sonido Digital Listener Having a mammogram Being recalled for assessment after routine breast screening Living healthy with heart failure Managing heart failure - getting ready for tests in hospital Managing heart failure with medication Caring and dementia: Caring for the individual Caring and dementia: Coping with unusual behaviour Caring and dementia: Creating the right environment Caring and dementia: Keeping healthy Caring and dementia: Maintaining contact with the world around you Caring and dementia: The 6 C’s of care Caring for someone with delirium Communicating with people with dementia: Active listening Communicating with people with dementia: Our top 10 tips Communicating with people with dementia: Using body language An introduction to dementia: Understanding dementia Dementia and carers: Caring for the family carer An introduction to aphasia and the help you can offer Helping people who find it hard to communicate Preventing pressure ulcers Helping people who have difficulty communicating: Top 10 tips How to create Easy Read information Your joint surgery Getting fit for your joint surgery Making preparations at home for your surgery Coming into hospital for your joint replacement operation Introduction to dementia: Being ready for unusual behaviour Introduction to dementia: Reducing the risk Using finger foods to prevent malnutrition for people with dementia Pressure ulcers: What to look for Preventing pressure ulcers: The power of movement Pressure ulcers: Keeping an eye on progress Preventing pressure ulcers: The importance of skin care Preventing a fall: The power of exercise and fitting footware An introduction to aphasia and the help you can offer Welcome to the Pain Management Service Giving consent to treatment: A guide for children and young Monitoring your blood pressure Taking a sample of your blood Having a cannula inserted NHS friends and family test Pain management physiotherapy service Getting ready for surgery: Bringing your medicines into hospital NHS friends and family maternity test Giving consent for treatment: A guide for adults Screening tests for you and your baby Routine blood tests in pregnancy Substances to avoid during your pregnancy Eating the right diet during your pregnancy Giving consent to treatment: A guide for parents Giving consent to treatment: A guide for relatives and carers Helping your teenager prepare for an operation Making the move to adult health care services Top tips for finger foods that prevent malnutrition for people with dementia Coping with a hypo Preparing for pregnancy if you have diabetes Getting your eyes checked when you have diabetes Sick day rules for people with diabetes Giving an insulin injection using an insulin pen Healthy eating in diabetes: The importance of managing your carbohydrate intake Healthy eating in diabetes: The importance of managing your fat intake Having an endoscopy Having a lower bowel endoscopy or colonoscopy How to wash your hands How to cope if you have a fall Having a barium swallow The Care Act: Finding someone to speak on my behalf The Care Act: Caring for you an introduction to our approach Having a trans-abdominal and pelvic ultrasound scan Having an investigation or injection using an ultrasound scan Having an investigation or injection using musculoskeletal fluoroscopy Having a trans-vaginal ultrasound scan Having an 18 to 21 week anomaly ultrasound scan How to use fortified milk to avoid malnutrition Having a CT scan of your head Having a CT scan of your chest, abdomen and pelvis without contrast Having a CT colonoscopy NHS friends and family test: Maternity Mental capacity act How to measure your blood pressure Living with type 2 diabetes How to live safely with a home oxygen supply What are the possible complications when you have diabetes What health checks do you need when you have diabetes The importance of physical activity when you have diabetes What is diabetes? Introduction to pressure ulcers Shared decision making: Ask 3 questions An introduction to having an MRI scan Having an adult MRI without contrast Having an adult MRI with contrast A guide to accessible information standards for patients (BSL) Introduction to dementia Shoulder rehabilitation: Abduction stage 1 Shoulder rehabilitation: Abduction stage 2 Shoulder rehabilitation: Abduction stage 3 Shoulder rehabilitation: Flexion stage 1 Shoulder rehabilitation: Flexion stage 2 Shoulder rehabilitation: Flexion stage 3 Having a CT scan of your chest, abdomen and pelvis with contrast Chi Kung inspired movements for pain management Jessop Wing: Maternity tour Have you had treatment for Hepatitis C? Looking after you and your family: How ready are you? The benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation The research behind pulmonary rehabilitation and what to expect Radiotherapy at Weston Park Hospital Ten ways a condom can't protect you Audiology videos Breast screening videos British Sign Language (BSL) videos Cancer care videos Children and young people videos Chronic and obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) videos Consent videos Diabetes videos Dietetics videos Elderly care videos Emergency care videos Endoscopy videos Falls prevention videos Feedback videos Fracture care videos Cardiology videos Infectious diseases videos Information and communication support videos Learning disability videos Maternity videos Neurology videos Orthopaedic videos Ophthalmology videos Organ donation videos Pain management videos Physiotherapy videos Pre-op assessment videos Pressure ulcer prevention videos Radiology videos Radiotherapy videos Sexual health videos Speech and language therapy videos Stereotactic radiosurgery videos Stroke videos Surgery videos Your hospital visit videos Looking after you and your family: How ready are you? Accelerating your recovery after having an leg cast Kidney care videos Cardiac scan Patient Information Video Feedback - Basic Survey Exercises for patients with anterior knee pain: Easy Exercises for patients with anterior knee pain: Moderate (double leg squat) Preventing blood clots before, during and after your hospital stay Preventing blood clots during pregnancy Dialysis videos Measuring your pulse and blood pressure before dialysis Measuring your temperature before dialysis Weighing yourself for dialysis Washing your hands and arm for dialysis Preparing your pack for dialysis Preparing your fistula for dialysis Welcome to our Shared Haemodialysis series Exercises for patients with anterior knee pain: Hard (single leg squat) Exercises for patients with anterior knee pain: Very hard (decline single leg squat) Patient Information Video Feedback - Further Questions How does dementia affect eating Problems with swallowing: An introduction to dysphagia
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