Issue : 25 May 2016
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Why nurses benefit from remaining in the EUSubscription
The economic damage caused by Brexit would hit tax revenue
Isata Mandoh’s past compels her to work toward a better tomorrow
'This kind of nursing isn’t for everybody'Subscription
Keeley Roe is working to give sexual assault victims their power back
Dyslexia is known as a hidden disability, and most people are never formally diagnosed
Patients undergoing breast cancer surgery need less painkilling medication post-surgery if they have anaesthesia that is free of opioid drugs, according to a Belgian study.
A new UK education programme aimed at multiple sclerosis specialist nurses has been launched by pharmaceutical company Sanofi Genzyme.
Nurses are being advised that changes to Scotland’s cervical screening programme will come into force on 6 June this year, bringing the country’s policy in line with practice elsewhere in the UK.
Noise levels in intensive care units can go well above recommended levels, disturbing both patients and the healthcare professionals that care for them, suggest Belgian researchers.
“Air pollution may raise risk of stillbirth and pregnant women should consider leaving cities, say scientists,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
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The now confirmed ‘nursing associate’ role has dominated headlines this week.