Nurses have a pivotal role in transforming services for people with mental health conditions and learning disabilities, according to England’s chief nursing officer.
A nursing lecturer from the University of South Wales experienced Cambodia’s healthcare system first hand in July, describing it as “like nothing she had ever experienced before”.
Welsh hospitals are to introduce a safer and more accurate test for Down’s syndrome for pregnant women, the Welsh government announced today.
The safety of nurses working in prisons is being put at risk, because they have become “dangerous, overcrowded warehouses”, the Royal College of Nursing has claimed.
GP practices will potentially be paid to keep a register of their patients who have an autistic spectrum disorder, under new advice from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence aimed at improving quality of care.
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Marie Curie has launched a series of easy-read booklets to help people with a learning difficulty to discuss concerns about death and dying, and to better understand end of life care.
Siobhan Rogan from Omagh was celebrating last night, after being named the Royal College of Nursing’s Northern Ireland nurse of the year for 2017.
Suicide rates among people with autism in England have reached “worryingly” high levels, according to researchers.
Lack of training and cuts in the number of learning disability nurses mean health services are struggling to provide vital support to children with autism and their families, say nurse campaigners.