Issue : 24 January 2012
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Lifetime Achievement Award winner - Professor June Andrews
Welcome to the Student Nursing Times AwardsSubscription
Have you heard of the brand new Student Nursing Times Awards? Do you know a student nurse, lecturer, university or mentor who deserves recognition?
Heart disease risk 'develops in mid-life'Subscription
Heart disease prevention should be more focused on the long-term risks to patients, experts have suggested.
The government appears to have escaped a major rebellion from influential Royal Colleges over its plans for overhauling the NHS.
Over 40% of rheumatoid arthritis sufferers are not physically active despite the benefits involved, according to a new study.
Ministers must put a long-term plan in place for dementia research and get more “white coats” working in the area, a leading charity has said.
A new campaign has been launched to help nurses encourage patients over the age of 55 to be more active.
Preop MRI aids prostate cancer surgerySubscription
Surgeons are able to make more informed decisions about nerve-sparing procedures in men with prostate cancer if they use preoperative MRI, a study suggests.
What do you wish you’d known before starting your nursing course?
Plans to change the definition of “autism” may exclude some patients and their families from receiving health, education and social services, according to Autism Eye.