Issue : 24 February 2016
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“Brazilian study boosts theory that Zika causes birth defect,” The Guardian reports.
Failure to have an adequate nurse workforce plan for the NHS over the past 10 years is one of the major reasons for current escalating deficits among trusts in England, MPs have been told.
A new treatment has been approved for NHS use for treating hypercholesterolaemia, meaning access should be made available to treat eligible patients.
Specialist nurses are facing a surge in demand for fast-acting medicines to treat chronic Hepatitis C, as the drugs become available to more people under latest guidelines for the NHS.
We talk to Debra Jackson, professor and director at Oxford Institute for Nursing and Allied Health Research
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Award-winning nurse Sue Povey thinks caring should be more than just offering services
My Wednesday started with a radio interview on an issue I thought the NHS had seen the back of, namely breaches of the rules on mixed-sex wards.
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How to digitise studying to help improve time management, productivity and allow easy access to notes, information and study hubs.
Barchester Healthcare nurses explain how they involve residents and families in the care plans of their loved ones