Issue : 27 January 2016
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The Invisible Work of NursesSubscription
’The book is readable for all healthcare professionals and it might be useful for non exec directors as well to enable them to understand the complexities of nursing.’
“Paint on playground equipment has been found to contain high amounts of the toxin lead – up to 40 times recommended levels,” BBC News reports.
Kathryn Halford has become the new chief nurse at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust in Essex.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust has introduced a special smartphone that monitors the health of heart failure patients and alerts nurses if they are at risk of deteriorating.
Guidelines published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence today have recommended the expanded use of a class of drugs for treating adult axial spondyloarthropathy.
The Care Quality Commission has praised the “remarkable” improvement in care at Wexham Park Hospital as the “most impressive” turnaround it has seen since the start of its new inspection regime.
“Stop blaming SAD for your bad mood – it doesn’t exist! Seasonal changes have ‘NO effect on depression,’’ the Daily Mail reports.
Stories in Ageing: Reflection, Inquiry, ActionSubscription
‘It is easy to follow and use and the layout is good.’
“Depression in expectant fathers linked to premature births,” The Independent reports.
“A faulty gene has been identified that increases the risk of ovarian cancer more than threefold,” The Independent reports.