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A career in cardiac nursing led Angela Graves to a new role supporting patients with heart failure
Martin Bradley, chief nursing office for Northern Ireland, believes nurses and midwives should be involved in policy and commissioning
Men’s health is poor and the recession is likely to make it a great deal worse. Local services must be delivered in a male-friendly way to help address this, says Peter Baker
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Sharon Stewart, a military award winner, wonders why more nurses don’t join the Territorial Army.
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The future of public health intervention will be more of a holding exercise than a pre-emptive strike if the view of some researchers at Imperial College London becomes the norm.
'The time between cardiac arrest and defibrillation is critical - AEDs are such a simple solution'Subscription
Nursing student Jessica Ross is on a campaign to install defibrillators in remote locations
The vascular screening programme aims to improve public health but PCTs and GPs must ensure it does not widen the health inequality gap, warns Gladys Xavier
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Student nurse Claire Aubrey is feeling the strain of her first placement in a cardiology unit
Cynthia Bower believes impovements made to stroke services must be made with the patient in mind