Issue : 17 January 2012
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What a fantastic week we’ve had this week, focusing on careers advice and how to mastermind your own development plan.
Tamiflu effects 'still uncertain'Subscription
The effects of antiviral drug Tamiflu - which was stockpiled by the government at the height of the swine flu pandemic - are still uncertain, researchers said as they accused pharmaceutical giant Roche of withholding data.
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is more likely to occur among middle-aged men with a diastolic blood pressure of just 80 mm Hg or higher, a new study suggests.
We talk to Antonia Steven, the co-founder of the company who developed the YesNurse advanced care for Nurses
The combined oral contraceptive pill could be used by women as a way to alleviate painful menstrual periods, new research by a Swedish university has claimed.
Rise in home deaths bucks trendSubscription
A new study based on Office for National Statistics (ONS) data has found more people are spending their final hours at home despite an overall decline in the number of people dying.
You’re through to the second round and you have the opportunity to wow your potential employers. But how can you ensure you get it right in your mental health interview?
Our student editor, Adam Roxby, talks experience, eagerness and cvs …
Union slams Miliband on cuts U-turnSubscription
Labour leader Ed Miliband has been slammed by the biggest public sector union, Unison, over his about-turn on cuts by the coalition government.
How do I become ... a nurse lecturer?Subscription
We talk to Intellectual Disability Nursing lecturer, Fintan Sheerin, about what makes his job so worthwhile