Issue : 11 June 2014
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Katie was shocked when a mentor warned her not to tell staff members about her own mental health problems, surely fellow nurses would be the most understanding?
Colchester Hospital University Foundation Trust has begun a disciplinary investigation and suspended a member of staff in relation to alleged wrongful manipulation of cancer patients’ waiting time data.
Postnatal care is in crisis and failing to meet the needs of mothers and babies, a leading expert has warned.
A report on the state of specialist nursing for multiple sclerosis has revealed a shortfall of about 200 nurses.
Men who eat a lot of bacon, ham and sausages could be damaging their hearts and heading for an early grave, new research has shown.
Fewer men join weight-loss programmes than women but are more likely to stick with them, an analysis of international obesity studies has found.
A watchdog U-turn could allow thousands of patients with the deadliest form of skin cancer to receive a pioneering drug that helps the immune system destroy tumours.
Do you have any advice for this student nurse?
“Scientists will be ready to create babies from three people in around two years, if it is made legal,” BBC News reports.
We are using technology to ensure the nursing resource matches the clinical requirements for every ward, says Steve Jessop