Issue : 3 February 2016
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“Researchers have reported a second case that suggest [sic] Alzheimer’s can be transmitted during medical treatments,” the Mail Online reports.
We talk to Georgie Relph, a community mental health nurse and care co-ordinator in an early intervention in psychosis team.
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Diane Romano-Woodward found occupational health so satisfying she decided to set up her own business
The Royal College of Nursing has taken the decision to advise its student members to “carefully consider the implications” of taking part in next week’s walkout over plans to end the bursary.
The prevalence of generalised anxiety disorder for older adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is much higher than among those without the condition, according to Canadian researchers.
Two Surrey trusts could merge as early as the summer, after their boards decided to press ahead with revised plans.
A breakfast high in protein, like eggs, keeps children fuller longer than cereal or oatmeal, causing them to eat fewer calories at lunch, according to US nurse researchers.
Patient care is “deteriorating” due to rising workloads, according to half of the GP practices that responded to a survey by the British Medical Association.
Health Education England would “have almost certainly” commissioned more adult nurse training places if it had not been subject to funding cuts by the Treasury, its chief executive Ian Cumming has revealed.