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Kingston University has been working on a hospital scheme to reduce London’s gang and knife crime
There is a need to look at how information on formula feeds can be made available to health professionals
The new any qualified provider system aims to extend choice in continence services
New figures have shown that bedwetting costs families an extra £716 per year. For a lot of families, an extra £700 could buy a holiday or two months’ worth of food shopping.
Despite school nurses’ remarkable contribution to the health of young people, we are facing a shortage of these vital practitioners - and increasing demands for their services.
More than 20 organisations, including the Royal College of Nursing, recently signed a statement seeking to rectify misconceptions and inaccurate information about the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients.
We talk to Danielle Garrington-Miller, a 23-year-old paediatric nursing student in her third and final year of training.
Increase the school nurse workforce to boost health outcomes for children, says Unite’s Rosalind Godson
In 1977 the song “The Greatest Love of All” by George Benson said “I believe the children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way”.
‘The barriers come down and bit by bit you can see them realising they can live with their condition’Subscription
When a child or young person is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes their life and their family’s lives changes forever. It is not easy for anyone. It is hard work day after day after day