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A nursing home in Northern Ireland has been fined £15,000 for not looking after sensitive staff and patient records contained on a laptop that was stolen during a house burglary.
Updated guidance has been issued to help nurses identify which smartphone applications or “apps” are classified as medical devices and, therefore, need to comply with safety regulations.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has introduced pioneering technology that means parents can remotely see their baby in the neonatal unit, wherever they are.
‘Smart inhalers’ could revolutionise asthma careSubscription
New technology including so-called “smart inhalers” has the potential to revolutionise routine asthma care and reduce pressure on over-stretched NHS staff, according to a new report.
The Royal College of Nursing’s records of more than 1.5 million nurses have been digitised for the first time by a specialist family history website.
A leading nurse is spearheading a “workforce improvement” programme launched by a software company to help hospitals improve staffing and save money through better use of e-rostering.
A video of a nursing assistant singing her version of a song made famous by Adele has gone “viral” on social media, having been watched by more than a 100,000 people around the world.
Support for US nurse criticised over hair colourSubscription
Thousands of people around the globe have expressed their support for a young nurse who was told her rainbow-coloured hair was not a suitable look for someone in her profession.
Tributes pour in for #HellomyNameis campaignerSubscription
Tributes have been paid across the health sector following the death of the NHS doctor who campaigned for better patient experience through the “Hello my name is…” initiative.
'Nurses will become more connected online'Subscription
We talk to Teresa Chinn, who has been a nurse for nearly 20 years, and is a registered nurse and social media specialist working at WeNurses.