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Community midwives can find it challenging to keep track of paper notes, says Janet Calland.
A set of studies from Deloitte has identified significant potential economic benefits for acute NHS hospitals from a range of bedside IT services provided by Hospedia, who commissioned the work.
A different approach to chronic wound careSubscription
L & R Logo The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence recommends patented monofilament fibre technology, Debrisoft, for the treatment of acute and chronic wounds in the NHS
Do you suffer with skincare problems as a result of washing or using hand sanitiser as part of your daily routine?
A roundtable by HSJ and Nursing Times during the Patient Safety Congress this summer focused on how to reduce the high toll on health and finances caused by complications in post-operative care. Report by Charlotte Santry
There is huge value in giving nurses access to data on what is happening across their ward or organisation.
The Responsive Workforce Model at Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS), backed by Allocate Software HealthRoster and SafeCare, has reduced agency spend, ensured quality and freed up nurses for hands-on care
An electronic solution to recording observationsSubscription
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust implemented CareFlow Vitals to record observations electronically. Claire Read reports
The College of Contemporary Health is launching a multidsiciplinary Postgraduate Certificate in Obesity Care to improve access to care and support in non-specialist settings