Issue : 10 February 2016
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“Organic meat and milk could offer health benefits, study suggests,” The Guardian reports.
A nurse-led project, which supports speedy discharges from hospital for patients at the end of life, has received plaudits in its first year of operation in Wandsworth.
“Indigestion pills taken by millions ‘could raise the risk of dementia by 50%’,” reports the Daily Mail.
There is a “moral imperative” for efforts to be made to improve air quality, with levels of pollution exacerbating respiratory symptoms, nurses have warned in response to a new report.
Beer drinking raises thousands for nurse charitySubscription
The Cavell Nurses’ Trust has received more than £2,000 from the sale of over 45,000 pints of beer named in honour of the nurse who prompted the charity’s creation.
NMC seeking new council member from WalesSubscription
The regulator the Nursing and Midwifery Council has announced that it is seeking to appoint a new council member from Wales.
Views are being sought on a new set of standards for pressure ulcer care across both community and hospital settings in Scotland.
A set of “core principles” for all staff employed by the Welsh health service has been unveiled, including a pledge to “value all who work for the NHS”.
’This book could be described as one that would fit in the categories of behavioural development and motivation and also business development.’
“Millions could be offered wonder drug to prevent Alzheimer’s before symptoms appear,” is the overhyped headline in the Daily Express.