Issue : 12 February 2014
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“Yoghurt is key to beating diabetes,” is the front page headline from the Daily Express.
“Schizophrenia: Talking therapies ‘effective as drugs’,” reports BBC News.
“Pain ‘dimmer switch’ discovered by UK scientists,” reports BBC News.
Nursing directors should take steps to boost staff engagement, says Joanna Goodrich
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“Experts are concerned about the spread of a new strain of bird flu that has already killed one woman in China,” BBC News reports.
A Norfolk nurse has spent 10 weeks sharing her knowledge and skills with staff caring for palliative patients in Ethiopia.
The Royal College of Nursing has welcomed the draft community resuscitation strategy for Northern Ireland, which is intended to significantly to increase the number of people with cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills.
From Monday 24th February, the Department of Health will be undertaking another week of engagement activity on the nursing and midwifery contribution to public health, this time focusing on health protection. Here’s how you can get involved.
“Three fizzy drinks per day could triple chance of heart disease,” says The Daily Telegraph.