The problem of incontinence
The problem of incontinence in 2006
Much has changed, but much remains the same
The problem of incontinence is still with us
IN THIS ISSUE
Mantram repetition for stress management in veterans and employees
Relational experiences of partnered Japanese immigrant women with affect disorders
Quality of life of cancer patients receiving inpatient and home-based palliative care
Hospital staff perceptions of parental involvement in paediatric hospital care
Assessing children's emotional responses to surgery
Long-term mechanical ventilation in a critical care unit
Searching for meaning in negative events
Attitudes of intensive care nurses towards brain death and organ transplantation
HIV/AIDS knowledge, attitudes and beliefs among Nepalese adolescents
Feasibility and acceptability of providing nurse counsellor genetics clinics in primary care
Promoting evidence-based practice
CURRENT ISSUES AND FORTHCOMING EVENTS
The Nature of Suffering and the Goals of Medicine, 2nd edn.
Nerve Blocks in Palliative Care
Opening Skinner's Box Great Psychological Experiments of the 20th Century
CORRIGENDA
Volume 53, Number 6, March 2006