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Almost one in 10 young people would immediately take to social media to tell their friends and followers if they saw a stranger in a risky situation, a poll suggests.
Screening men for prostate cancer could reduce deaths from the disease by a fifth despite doubts about the diagnostic test used, a major study has found.
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Self-testing of intermittent catheters by continence nurses could form part of intermittent catheter evaluation and give them better insight into patients’ experiences
Children with continence problems may experience social and psychological problems. A toolkit aims to support schools to provide appropriate care during the school day
In its response to the second Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust report, the nursing profession should reflect on how it views care.
Management skills are often valued less than leadership and clinical skills, but the NHS would come to a standstill without them.
Most nurses experience it right at the start. It could be on the bus to your first day of placement, when you have the urge to lean over and tell a stranger that you’re a nurse by the way.
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The first public toilet in Britain opened over 150 years ago – and for a long time they were a matter of considerable civic pride.