Issue : 7 June 2011
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Patients are more likely to develop surgical site infections (SSIs) if the operating theatre is noisy, say researchers.
Migraine can be prevented or reduced in severity by early treatment with drugs called triptans, experts have said.
Better leadership is required from the Scottish government, the NHS and councils to improve community health services, according to a spending watchdog.
Health secretary Andrew Lansley has said he was ready to accept “substantial and significant” changes to his NHS reform plans.
Nurses who are required to communicate with people who are deaf have been urged by a charity to consider using an online interpreter.
In helping people battle substance misuse, Paul Thompson has learnt it’s not just the patients who need educating
Registered users of nursingtimes.net can win a copy of the novel ‘Legal Aspects of Medicines 2nd edition’
We talk to Rosemary Cook who has been a nurse for 31 years and is the director of the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
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Taking time off from work can be hard, especially when you’re in charge, but it’s essential, says Steve Gulati
I have bought a wetsuit. I’d like to say it makes me look like a rubbery ninja but in reality I look more like a seal with a funny head.