Category list : Accident and emergency (A&E)
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Children with type 1 diabetes are almost five times more likely than others to be admitted to hospital for any reason, according to research in Wales.
Young people supporting nurses to talk about mental healthVideoSubscription
Young people with mental health conditions in London are helping to train hospital nursing staff to better support others in crisis when they are receiving urgent medical treatment.
Seeing the emotional distress of teenagers on placement promoted children’s nursing editor, Danielle, to realise that her training should do more to equip her to offer the best possible care to adolescent service users
Young men are more likely than women to die suddenly from cardiac arrest caused by irregular heart rhythms, according to a new report.
Young black women vulnerable to self-harmSubscription
Young black women in the UK are significantly more likely to self harm than people from other ethnic groups, a study has found.
Jemma Gardner uses advanced skills to work solo, flying across the frozen north.
What a turnaround from 2009 when David Cameron won nurses’ plaudits for promising no more pointless top-down reorganisations …
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals Foundation Trust has announced it is investing £7m in additional nursing and bed capacity this year.
Wrist fracture risk to elderly disabilitySubscription
Wrist fractures may play a significant role in the development of future disability in older people, according to US researchers.
The English NHS has seen its worst yearly results for four hour waits in accident and emergency since the target was introduced, as record levels of pressure on services mount.