Issue : 10 July 2013
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Curan Lady: a discreet catheter for women Subscription
Curan Lady is a convenient and discreet compact catheter for women who use ISC (intermittent self-catheterisation).
The Mail Online today refers to the UK as a “Prozac Nation,” saying that use of antidepressants “has soared by 500% in the past 20 years”.
“Chocolate, fizzy drinks and other sugar-laden foods could soon be used to detect cancer,” the Mail Online reports.
Schwartz rounds remind staff that values are shared and help to reduce feelings of isolation, says Joanna Goodrich
Learning disability student nurse, Vishakha Abbi, wonders what other cohorts make of learning disability nurses
“Reading keeps your brain fit and helps fight off dementia,” the Daily Express reports.
“Relying upon the death rates of individual surgeons…may lead to ‘false complacency’,” The Daily Telegraph warns.
“Tiny functioning human livers have been grown from stem cells in the laboratory,” BBC News reports.
A group of nurses returning home from a hen party weekend have been praised for saving the life of a train driver who suffered a myocardial infarction.
NI nursing workforce review and extra course funding Subscription
A series of nursing workforce reviews and extra funding for student places have been announced in Northern Ireland after concerns were raised by the Royal College of Nursing.