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Older patients with age-related hearing loss have more symptoms of depression, according to a US study.
A specialist nurse is set to take on a half marathon to raise money for a machine that will help minimise “distress” for children who need regular blood tests.
Heart patients need “kindness” from nurses and other healthcare professionals, as much as they need medical intervention, a study has found.
A home care provider in South London has been given the worst possible rating by the healthcare provider watchdog, after inspectors found a “totally unacceptable” catalogue of safety breaches.
New year honours have been awarded to nearly 30 members of the nursing and midwifery profession for 2019, including the outgoing chief nursing officer for England, a leading voice in community nursing and a senior nurse credited with helping turn round a trust in the wake of a high-profile maternity scandal.
More neonatal nurses will be brought into the NHS under a new maternity shake-up announced by the government.
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A network of pelvic health and well-being co-ordinators is to be created across Wales, as part of the Welsh government’s response to the vaginal mesh and tape review.
National funding for children’s hospices is to rise by as much as £25m a year, NHS England has announced today.
Spinal surgery for babies in the womb is among new, innovative treatments that will be routinely available on the NHS for the first time, NHS England has announced.