Issue : 31 January 2012
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Perfecting your nursing applicationSubscription
Nursing and Midwifery are one of the top five most popular course destinations, here’s how to make your application stand out from the crowd
What to expect from a course in nursing Subscription
Starting your nursing course doesn’t have to be a step into the unknown
How do I get into nursing?Subscription
Applying for a nursing course could change not just your life, but the lives of hundreds of people you could be nursing in the future.
Money earmarked for the costs of reorganising the NHS could pay to prevent the loss of 6,000 nursing posts, Labour claims.
Specialist nurses can contribute to “all elements” of continuity of care for patients with long-term neurological conditions, according to York University researchers in the Journal of Advanced Nursing.
People are more likely to die if they are admitted to hospital at weekends, a large-scale review of NHS data has reiterated.
Overweight women who smoke risk fetal heart defects Subscription
Overweight women who smoke were more likely to give birth to babies with conginetal heart defects, say researchers.
MRSA becoming more common in the community Subscription
Cases of MRSA in the UK are becoming more common outside of hospitals, experts have said.
A new asthma test to help people work out the extent to which they risk a serious attack should also help cut down on the number of emergency hospital admissions.
Memory loss may warn of imminent strokeSubscription
Rapid and severe memory loss can be a warning sign of an imminent deadly stroke, US researchers have found.