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Keep up to date with new content on our site using our RSS feeds. Add an RSS feed to a reader or compatible web browser to receive instant notification of new content to view on the website.

Each feed entry displays a headline, description and URL back to this site. RSS feeds are the simple and free way to access the content that is important to you, as soon as it becomes available.

Many web browsers support RSS feeds, saving the need for a separate piece of RSS reader software. In addition, RSS enabled browsers can detect relevant RSS feeds, adding them automatically if you wish to do so.

RSS reader applications work in the same way as RSS enabled browsers, but run on your PC or Mac as standalone software. If you prefer to read RSS feeds on the web, they can be added via many dashboard tools, such as Google Reader, Bloglines and My Yahoo! hello!

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Acute care news RSS link
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Paediatric news RSS link
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Specialist practice Copy URLs to RSS reader RSS
Acute care practice RSS link
Primary care practice RSS link
Mental health practice RSS link
Student practice RSS link
Continence practice RSS link
Infection control practice RSS link
Older people's practice RSS link
Paediatric practice RSS link
Respiratory practice RSS link
Wound care practice RSS link

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RSS (really simple syndication) service is a means of offering feeds of content in XML format (“RSS Content”) to visitors to this website. Use of these RSS feeds is governed by our terms and conditions.