Issue : 28 July 2008
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Long-established interventions to help couples with fertility problems have limited efficacy, according to an Aberdeen University study.
A three-minute interview with Annie Norman, RCN nursing advisor for learning disabilities, on the changes nurses face in caring for this vulnerable patient group.
NICE looks set to reject NHS access to drug treatments for metastatic renal cell carcinoma in England and Wales.
Government launches MMR catch-up vaccine driveSubscription
The Department of Health has announced that it is launching an MMR catch-up campaign.
An oral antibiotic is to be made available for treating chlamydia without prescription for the first time.
'Alzheimer's drug halts decline'Subscription
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Award for childhood continence charitySubscription
ERIC (Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence), a charity that supports children and young people with wetting and soiling problems, has won the Children and Youth category of the Charity Awards 2008.
Janice Sigsworth, deputy chief nursing officer for England, talks to NT about the government’s response to the consultation on proposals to modernise nursing careers.
A&E nurse trains staff for 2010 World CupSubscription
Celia Kendrick, a nurse at Peterborough District Hospital, has been training medical teams in South Africa in preparation for the World Cup in 2010.
Nursing Times launches on FacebookSubscription
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