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The nursing stars of 2015Subscription
This year has seen some real heroes of nursing. But while sports and showbiz stars and other high achievers are celebrated in primetime TV awards and accolades shows, nurses get less attention.
There was a “queue” of nursing staff ready to volunteer to help treat colleagues infected with ebola at the Royal Free Hospital’s special isolation unit, despite the risks involved, a senior nurse has said.
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey has made a full recovery from ebola, according to the Royal Free London Foundation Trust, where she was being treated.
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed that ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey’s condition has improved significantly.
There has been an improvement in the condition of Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse experiencing late complications of an ebola infection.
A nurse who was re-admitted to hospital last week after being treated for ebola earlier this year is now in a critical condition, it has been announced.
A UK nurse who contracted ebola earlier this year after working in West Africa has been re-admitted to the Royal Free Hospital in London due to an “unusual late complication” of the illness.
The Royal College of Nursing has launched a revised competence framework designed to help improve nursing care for people with liver disease.
A UK military healthcare worker with ebola has been medically evacuated from Sierra Leone, according to Public Health England.
Patients admitted to hospital from care homes are commonly dehydrated on admission and consequently are at significantly greater risk of in-hospital mortality, according to a major UK study.