Issue : 17 November 2008
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Nursing Times clinical editor Nerys Hairon on a new approach to assessing cardiovascular risk through erectile dysfunction
NHS Direct and a social enterprise have won contract to provide out of hours health care to West Yorkshire PCTs
The government has named David Foster, former director of nursing at Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust, the new deputy CNO for England
The BMA has called for a lower alcohol limit for drivers in a bid to reduce the number of road accidents caused by drink driving
RCGP plans to open membership to practice nursesSubscription
Practice nurses could be invited to apply for membership of a newly-proposed section of the RCGP
Researchers in the University of Northampton have developed a natural microbial vapour that has shown to be effective against a large range of bacteria and hospital-acquired infection, including C diff, as well as a range of fungal pathogens and spores.
Parents should be allowed to choose to be present while their child undergoes paediatric resuscitation in ICU, according to UK nurse researchers.
Police appeal for assistance from nursesSubscription
Were you in Crete on the 17th June? The police are looking for a British nurse who came to the assistance of a man who had been seriously assaulted
A Norfolk hospital has set up a website on actinomycosis, an illness once common in medieval times, following its high profile diagnosis in a patient.
A new toolkit to help nurses improve the care of hospitalised patients with diabetes is being piloted across the UK.