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Children's Nursing

News, practice and discussion forums for children's nurses

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Welsh ministers announce funding boost for mental health

Welsh ministers announce funding boost for mental health

22-May-2015

An extra £7.6m will be invested every year in mental health services for children and young people in Wales, ministers have announced.

University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Specialist nursing team showcase burn care services

19-May-2015

A specialist nursing team in Burns and Plastics Care have designed a new poster to showcase their work on the transition of burn care for patients at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.

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Latest research: children's nursing

Health visitors advise on early years diet

Health visitors tackle childhood obesity Subscription Required

An initiative in which health visitors took the lead role in identifying childhood obesity and introducing interventions has proved effective and popular with parents.

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Nurses are key to platelet therapy trials

Nurses' role in platelet transfusion clinical trials Subscription Required

Nurses are taking increasingly complex and central roles in clinical research - they are coordinating trials centrally, recruiting participants, and collecting and sharing data.

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'Let's realise the potential of our practice nurses'

25-May-2015

I wonder if anyone was surprised by the recent news that a group of GP practices have been placed into special measures.

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One in three children report being bullied

Bullying may have worse long-term effects than child abuse

“Bullied children are five times more at risk of anxiety than those maltreated,” reports the Daily Mail.

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