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A third of nurses in Scotland are unaware of the growing threat of a new superbug and think the best screening method will be “unacceptable” to patients, according to a survey by researchers.
A diet rich in vegetables and fish is associated with a lower risk of a woman developing high blood pressure and the related condition of pre-eclampsia, during pregnancy, suggest researchers.
Midwives, health visitors, school nurses have an important role in promoting vaccination to parents, says a new report that raises concerns about the influence of social media on take-up.
An investigation into the design of a flagship hospital in Scotland has been launched after the death of a child who had caught an infection from pigeon droppings while being treated there.
Nurses will be asked to prescribe online therapy sessions as a first port of call for children with mild depression, if new guidance is approved.
A home-made greeting card which belonged to a nurse in the 1940s has given a glimpse of life in a hospital in post-war London.
With the first qualified nursing associates entering the workforce this month, Professor Geraldine Walters, director of education and standards at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, has answered some key questions about the new role.
Senior nurses are not considering a career in academia because they will get better pay working for the NHS, according to a leading nursing professor.
Spending on agency nursing and midwifery staff finally dipped slightly last year in Wales, following cost increases since 2014, according to a new report.
The workforce chapter of the NHS Long Term Plan was the “most difficult” to create and had to be rewritten five times before approval, health minister Stephen Hammond has said today.