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Issue : 28 September 2016

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  • Switched on lightbulb - bright idea

    RCN offers new funding and mentorship schemeSubscription

    News4 October, 2016

    The Royal College of Nursing is encouraging nurses, students and healthcare assistants to submit ideas to improve practice, with the best receiving mentorship to help implement their innovation.

  • Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

    Infection prevention campaign starts in North WalesSubscription

    News4 October, 2016

    New all-in-one kits are being used by staff at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to help fight infection.

  • Acute eczema seen on the trunk of 61 year old man SPL

    Eczema risk 'linked to diet during pregnancy'Subscription

    News4 October, 2016

    Infants whose mothers had a higher level of a particular type of vitamin B during pregnancy have a lower risk of eczema at age 12 months, according to UK researchers.

  • Queen's Nursing Institute

    Calendar brings community nursing history to lifeSubscription

    News4 October, 2016

    The Queen’s Nursing Institute has once again brought history to life with its nursing heritage wall calendar for 2017.

  • violin music

    Trust rolls out music scheme for dementia patientsSubscription

    News3 October, 2016

    University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust is bringing music routinely onto its wards for older people and for those with a dementia, following successful trial visits.

  • Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

    Nurse becomes non-exec director of acute trustSubscription

    News3 October, 2016

    A nurse with nearly 40 years’ experience in the NHS has joined the board of directors at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust.

  • Care Quality Commission

    New Lincolnshire PICU set to create nurse postsSubscription

    News3 October, 2016

    Plans have been approved to build a new psychiatric intensive care unit in Lincolnshire, which will mean up to 40 healthcare jobs could be created.

  • letter note writing

    Bursary system ‘unsustainable’, claims ministerSubscription

    News3 October, 2016

    The system of bursaries and other financial support currently received by nursing and midwifery students is “not sustainable”, ministers have claimed in response to a letter from Nursing Times.

  • Fitness trackers 'don't help you lose weight'

    NHS Choices3 October, 2016

    “Fitness trackers may not help weight loss,” reports Sky News on a new trial which investigated whether using wearable technology helped people lose more weight compared to standard weight-loss programmes

  • WellChild

    Health visitor named ‘nurse of year’ by WellChild Subscription

    News3 October, 2016

    A health visitor “beyond compare” will be among professionals and volunteers recognised for outstanding work with children with complex health needs at an awards ceremony tonight.

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