Issue : 15 April 2015
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Student nurses against depressionSubscription
It is suggested that depression is common in student nurses. As potential professionals who will be responsible for caring for people with depression, it is a condition we should all be well aware of.
What are the key pledges made so far by this party on health and the NHS?
The benefits of walking for patients who have survived prostate cancer or colorectal cancer are emphasised by two separate studies.
Half of all patients who survive a cardiac arrest experience problems with cognitive functions such as memory and attention, according to Swedish researchers.
A local education and training board has launched a ground-breaking education initiative to help healthcare students understand what life is like with dementia.
What do you do if you feel you’ve chosen the wrong branch of nursing?
Older adults who get exercise through housework tend to feel emotionally and physically better than those who do not tackle household chores, according to US nurse researchers.
A specialist nurse from North Devon District Hospital has won an award for his dedication to enhancing care for children and young people with diabetes.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has extended its “sincere sympathy” to the family, friends and nursing colleagues of Karen Buckley whose body has been found in Glasgow.
Direct vs indirectSubscription
Bullies’ tactics differ depending on whether they employ active or passive aggression