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Issue : 13 November 2007

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  • Online centre opens to all mentorsSubscription

    News15 November, 2007

    A new online resource for nurse mentors has been launched by Napier University, a nurse education centre in Scotland.

  • Funding for child only mental health bedsSubscription

    News15 November, 2007

    The government has announced £31m to increase bed capacity and facilities for child and adolescent mental health services in England.

  • Call for better diabetes support in schoolsSubscription

    News15 November, 2007

    Every school in England should have a policy on how to work with school nurses, teachers, support staff and paediatric teams to combat diabetes, according to a report.

  • Schizophrenia linked with appendix ruptureSubscription

    News15 November, 2007

    Patients with schizophrenia are almost three times as likely to suffer from a ruptured appendix, a study has shown.

  • Award to study US neuro careSubscription

    News15 November, 2007

    Two senior staff from Glenside Manor, an organisation providing specialist neuro-rehabilitation services in England, have been awarded a scholarship to study brain injury recovery centres in America

  • BHF funds academic nurse postSubscription

    Focus15 November, 2007

    The British Heart Foundation has funded a new academic nurse post at the University of Glasgow in an attempt to combat the problem of heart disease in Scotland.

  • Macmillan nurse Sue Cowdy talks to NT about lung cancerSubscription

    Interviews15 November, 2007

    Three minute interview with Sue Cowdy, Macmillan lung cancer nurse specialist at the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, and member of the UK Lung Cancer Coalition (UKLCC).

  • Bowel care seriesSubscription

    Clinical14 November, 2007

    Click the links below to download Nursing Times’ practical guides to bowel care

  • Kent trust dismisses HCAsSubscription

    News14 November, 2007

    Two healthcare assistants have been dismissed by Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, following last month’s damning report into standards at the Kent trust.

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