Issue : 23 November 2016
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Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has had its rating upgraded to “good” overall following its latest inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
Hospital nurses involved in discharging children after severe asthma attacks should broach the issue of environmental tobacco smoke with parents or carers, according to the authors of a major audit.
Emotional, mental and physical factors, combined with a lack of support and awareness of support services available, cause a detrimental impact on the lives of carers, according to a survey.
Only 27% of NHS trust leaders are confident they have the right staff numbers, quality and skill mix to deliver high quality healthcare for patients and service users.
Family nurses are urging Manchester council to reconsider cutbacks to specialist nursing service for first-time young mothers under the age of 20.
The NHS in England has come to rely on significant numbers of nurses from certain European Union countries in recent years, new figures confirm.
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After a cancer diagnosis, patients can be left with lots of questions and concerns – whether it’s about clinical care or treatment options, or how other aspects of their lives might be affected.
Four nursing homes in Cornwall have been placed into the special measures regime for struggling health and social care providers, two of which were recently featured in a television documentary.
A single executive management team has been appointed to run two acute foundation trusts – City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust and South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust.