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Issue : 16 June 2008

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  • Blog: Does Darzi have all the answers?Subscription

    Opinion20 June, 2008

    'I'm beginning to feel a touch cynical, as if I am no longer able to get excited by yet another community-flavoured document with the Department of Health logo upon its glossy cover'

  • Blog: Searching for a mentorSubscription

    Opinion20 June, 2008

    Liz Darlison talks about day 2 of the Cancer Leadership Programme

  • Nurse-led cardio programme improves lifestylesSubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    A nurse-led preventative cardiology programme can significantly improve lifestyles and reduce primary and secondary cardiovascular risk, suggests a major international study.

  • Systolic readings can simplify blood pressure measurementSubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    Blood pressure measurement could be done more simply and just as accurately using only systolic readings in patients over 50, according to researchers writing online in The Lancet.

  • Hospital ordered to close decontamination facilitySubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    The Healthcare Commission has called for a mattress decontamination facility at a hospital trust in Surrey to close immediately because of infection control fears.

  • Unions sign up to three-year dealSubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    The first year of the three-year 8% pay deal for nurses and non-medical NHS staff was officially accepted by all but one of the NHS unions yesterday.

  • Work begins on national dementia strategySubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    The government has ordered an immediate review of the prescribing and use of anti-psychotic drugs to treat dementia, under new plans to improve the quality of care of people with the condition.

  • ‘How garlic could stop MRSA deaths’

    NHS Choices20 June, 2008

    What did the media report?

  • Abnormal ECG predict sudden death in myotonic dystrophySubscription

    News19 June, 2008

    Severe abnormalities in ECG signatures are independent predictors of sudden death among myotonic dystrophy patients, a study has shown.

  • Developing servicesSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2008

    Resources for developing your own courses, pathways and services for bowel care

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