Issue : 5 February 2014
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Are we ignoring men with breast cancer?Subscription
Male breast cancer is a rare but deadly condition, however it receives little money for research or clinical trials and its awareness is hampered by sexual bias. Are we ignoring the 400 men diagnosed in the UK with the disease every year?
Experiencing a difficult patient death on his last night shift as a student nurse helped James to shape the type of nurse he wants to be
Raising concerns about passive smoking with parents is not easy but the task will often fall to healthcare professionals. How can we help our children?
“Plague that killed millions is able to rise from the dead,” warns The Independent after a new study looked at the genetic history of the Yersinia pestis bacteria.
Cognitive therapy is a “safe and acceptable” method for treating people with schizophrenia who not taking antipsychotic drugs, according to a UK study.
Be clear about the purpose of rounds Subscription
Ensure rounds and huddles are more than buzzwords to benefit patient care
Raising concerns: "Trust your instincts"Subscription
Salford University student, Paula, discusses why she is proud to belong to a university who support SOS
Robert Francis QC published his report on the high-profile care failings at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust on 6 February 2013.
One of the UK’s largest not-for-profit care home providers has been awarded a grant of £50,000 to assess the benefits of its dementia specialist nurse service.
Arthritis study targets community nursesSubscription
Nurses are set to benefit from new research that aims to improve knowledge and awareness of rheumatoid arthritis among health professionals.