Providing good working environments for nurses helps improve the quality and safety of care, and boosts patient satisfaction, suggests a new analysis of research evidence.
Nurses in Bradford are now at the forefront of delivering Botox treatments to patients with debilitating eye conditions through a new nurse-led clinic.
Exercise helps to prevent the degradation of cartilage caused by osteoarthritis, according to UK researchers, who have identified the mechanism behind it for the first time.
Women who work two or more night shifts in one week may have a greater risk of miscarriage the following week, according to Danish researchers.
NHS staff and care homes in North Devon have begun using the so-called red bag scheme to improve the experience of people who are admitted to hospital from a care home.
A major trial involving nursing academics and nearly 30 health service trusts is to investigate the best way of treating and managing childhood epilepsy.
Over the past year an improvement project has seen an increase of over 1,000 more patients being discharged in the morning from 14 wards at Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Health warnings on plain-packaged cigarettes have more of an impact on smokers than those on branded packs, according to UK researchers.
Patients at home who are approaching the end-of-life experience substantially better pain relief if they receive specialist palliative care from a nurse, according to researchers.
Smoking during pregnancy is already known to pose risks to both baby and mother, but this has been cemented by further evidence that maternal smoking poses a risk to the health of both.