Issue : 16 June 2008
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The RCM has issued a warning over possible future strike action on pay.
This series of articles explores the anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal tract.
A new oral treatment for metastatic breast cancer has been launched which may help women for whom trastuzumab has failed.
Nursing Times' popular illustrated series of bowel-related procedures that can be used in clinical and educational settings.
Useful documents for the assessment of food and fluid intake in bowel care.
The president of the NMC has announced her intension to resign in the wake of a damning report on the regulator’s performance.
Breast cancer treatment could take a major step forward with the development of technology that combines two key imaging techniques, say US researchers.
Alcohol and drug misuse mean Scots are almost twice as likely to take their own life or someone else’s, compared to people living in England and Wales, according to UK researchers.
New continence drug launched in UKSubscription
A new once daily antimuscarinic agent for the treatment of the symptoms of overactive bladder has been launched in the UK.
Nurse shortages continue to dog neonatal unitsSubscription
Nurse and specialist cot shortages mean neonatal services in England are continuing to struggle to keep up with demand, despite a national reorganisation of neonatal provision, MPs have warned.