Issue : 8 May 2013
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There is a great deal of satisfaction to be gained from seeing your nominee listed in the Queen’s new year and birthday honours, says David Foster
“Cure for grey hair is on its way say scientists,” the Daily Mirror reports, with The Daily Telegraph adding that grey hair will become ‘a thing of the past’.
This week, Christine Haycock worked her first night shift. Find out how she got on …
The chance of infection in wards varies dramatically depending on whether nursing staff leave the windows open, researchers have concluded.
Much of the UK media are covering the release of data that indicates breast cancer rates in the under-50s are now at a record high.
New rules to give nurses greater protection against sharps injuries have come into force across the European Union.
One in 10 older patients 'malnourished'Subscription
Malnutrition is a “very big problem” in the UK, experts warned, as they set out a guide to prevent the condition in older people.
NHS leaders unveil plan to help struggling A&EsSubscription
Accident and emergency services have “deteriorated significantly”, NHS officials have conceded as they set out plans to improve the service.
Last week I found myself sat between Viv Bennett, the Director of Nursing for the Department of Health, and David Foster, the Deputy Director of Nursing.
An NHS hospital which is being investigated by health officials for having higher than expected mortality rates is falling short on three national standards for care, the health regulator said.