Issue : 16 November 2016
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A nurse-led scheme to give frontline NHS staff in Gloucestershire the “power to improve services” has been formally accredited after three years of work.
Heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes may combine in patients to worsen thinking skills, according to UK researchers.
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Plans to “axe up to 60” health visitors in part of the East Midlands will “hit deprived families”, a union has warned today.
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’This book would be a great resource for any health care practitioner caring for families of different faiths and is likely to be well-used in any children’s health care team.’
NHS Improvement’s most senior nurse has said she will intervene to back directors of nursing where they are feeling pressured to make bad decisions about staffing.
Six in 10 local authorities have cut spending on stop smoking services in the last year with many getting rid of specialist advice, according to a new report.
Diluting nursing skill mix in hospitals is “not in the public interest”, say researchers who found replacing qualified nurses with nursing assistants was linked to an increased risk of patients dying.
The four most senior nurses in England have confirmed their support for nursing associates to be regulated, in the wake of question marks over the new role and how it will be used.