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District and Community Nursing

News and practice for district and community nurses

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Dementia UK

Successful pilot boosts Norfolk nurse-led dementia services

24-Feb-2015

Three clinical commissioning groups are to invest in expanding dementia services in Norfolk after a successful scheme using specialist nurses to prevent unnecessary admissions and support carers.

Need for 'urgent' investment in community mental health nurses

20-Feb-2015

A campaign for better mental health provision and early intervention in the community has been launched by the Royal College of Nursing in partnership with the family of a man who took his own life after receiving inconsistent care.

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Nursing at the centre of community services

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Community and primary care nurses are ideally placed to support patients and carers in making lifestyle and behaviour changes to improve their health and wellbeing

Recognising and preventing dehydration among patients

Recognising and preventing dehydration among patients

Nursing Times Learning has launched a new unit on hydration, which discusses how to recognise signs of dehydration and ensure patients receive adequate oral hydration

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Launching the Nursing Times app: how Emap listened to the frontline

16-Feb-2015

When the idea of launching a Nursing Times app was floated a few months ago I was cautiously excited.

High protein diet not as bad for you as smoking

High protein diet not as bad for you as smoking

“People who eat diets rich in animal protein carry similar cancer risk to those who smoke 20 cigarettes each day,” reports The Daily Telegraph.

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