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Labour is calling on the government to spend £500m on an NHS “winter bailout” that would help to recruit additional staff without having to resort to “costly” agency workers.
’ It will prove to be of use to any nurse in the emergency department.’
Guidelines have been drawn up to provide “clear advice” to support clinicians in diagnosing and treating patients with Lyme disease, which is spread by ticks.
Josie Morgan realised, adventures are the best way to learn…
Two specialist cardiac nurses are hoping to raise awareness of sudden cardiac death by teaching cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the top of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.
The risk of a patient developing venous thromboembolism (VTE) increases with their height, with taller people more likely to experience it, according to Swedish researchers.
A further 19 hospitals in England are to receive a tranche of extra funding for emergency care over the coming winter, the government has announced.
Patients living in areas of England with a high prevalence of HIV should routinely be offered HIV tests during routine healthcare appointments, according to new guidance.
A coroner has called for nurse consultants, experienced in physical healthcare, to be used in acute mental health settings to train other staff in identifying physically sick patients.
High hospital bed occupancy rates must be addressed as a matter of urgency before winter pressures kick in, according to trust regulator NHS Improvement.