Issue : 16 November 2016
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Healthcare professionals need to discuss with teenagers safe ways to engage in so-called “sexting” – the sending of self-made, sexually explicit images sent via phone or computer, according to a study.
A disciplinary hearing in which a nurse has been accused of misconduct after the temperature of Pauline Cafferkey was wrongly recorded shortly before she was diagnosed with ebola has revealed a volunteer doctor will also go before a tribunal in a related case next year.
After 17 years in a secure mental health facility, Kin’s message to mental health staff serves as a powerful reminder that you should not underestimate your ability to change the lives of those you care for
Only around half of babies born in England’s hospitals last year were delivered by midwives, show the latest maternity figures.
Rosaleen Imelda Clearkin [nee Mooney] was born on 13th of November 1926 in Cabra near Lough Egish (the lake of the learned man) County Monaghan, Ireland.
Medway Maritime Hospital has launched a s six-month trial of a new pathway, involving associated practitioners, to help improve survival rates for older patients who are admitted with fractured hips.
Schools and childcare providers are being told that children with conjunctivitis do not need to see a practice nurse or a GP, as part of a bid to reduce unnecessary primary care appointments.
Campaigners in Manchester have launched a petition calling on commissioners and providers to reverse a decision to scrap the city’s long-running family nurse partnership (FNP).
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Laura’s theatre nursing placement felt overwhelming at first but she found it taught her lessons far beyond what she could learn in lectures