Issue : 26 November 2014
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Why is it that all the positive changes and developments happening within the nursing profession are overlooked, while negative headlines take centre-stage?
“Just a spoonful of water helps the medicine go down: Scientists discover the best way to swallow tablets,” explains the Mail Online today.
60 seconds with...Christopher Nicholson, lead clinician, cardiac and respiratory service, at the Minerva Centre, Lancashire Care Foundation TrustSubscription
We talk to Christopher Nicholson, lead clinician, cardiac and respiratory service, at the Minerva Centre, Lancashire Care Foundation Trust, who qualified in 1997.
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An innovative approach to public health has never been so important.
A review into whistleblowing concerns at a North West cancer trust has found “no evidence” of serious failings but highlighted areas in need of improvement.
A nurse-led project at a specialist heart hospital is pioneering an innovative website for young adults transitioning from children’s services.
A paltry 1% is all you can afford for nurses, and that at the price of incremental payments. So where has all the money gone? There has been quite a lot of it, hasn’t there?
One in five children born in the UK at the beginning of the new century was obese by the age of 11, the latest evidence from a long-term study has suggested.
Five trainee nurses have been appointed as student quality ambassadors to be fresh eyes on the quality of care across University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust.
Obesity and excess weight cause almost half a million new cancer cases each year worldwide - and almost two thirds occur in the developed countries of North America and Europe, a study has shown.