Issue : 23 September 2015
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How real-time data can improve patient careSubscription
Real-time data can allow earlier identification of patients with deteriorating health, free up nurses’ time and help hospitals to better plan staff and resource deployment
The nurse's changing role in clinical researchSubscription
Changes in the way clinical research is embedded in healthcare mean every nurse can engage with it, so it is vital that all nurses understand the implications on their practice
The Royal Society for Public Health has come up with a radical rethink that could transform lives for the better. Rethinking the Public Health Workforce is little short of revolutionary
The results of a study that reported finding markers for Alzheimer’s disease in the brains of some people who died of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) has led to many inaccurate headlines in the press.
The growth rate in NHS nurse numbers in England has halved this year compared to the last, with experts claiming the slowdown could mark a return to trusts prioritising budgets over safe staffing.
There are growing concerns that nurse education budgets could be vulnerable to cuts in the government’s current spending review.
Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust has been chosen from 30 sites across the UK to receive extra funding to support research into pressure ulcers.
A potential gap in scientific knowledge about a class of drugs that are used to treat type 2 diabetes has been highlighted in a new study by UK researchers.
Rare Ocular ConditionSubscription
A 45 year-old patient presented with blurred vision in the left eye.