Issue : April 2009
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Swine flu: links and informationSubscription
Useful links and resources for nurses concerned about swine flu
More babies born in NHS hospitalsSubscription
Figures show more babies are being born in NHS hospitals and more women are having Caesareans
New statue to be built to honour Mary SeacoleSubscription
A new statue in memory of nurse and Crimean War heroine Mary Seacole is to be built near the Houses of Parliament.
A new social networking website has been launched for young people affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Video: Nursing in a war zoneVideoSubscription
Jo Grimshaw talks to Gabriel Fleming about the trials and triumphs of nursing in war-torn Sudan
The government has published details of its swine flu information leaflet campaign.
Daily aspirin in your 40s ‘can cut risk of cancer later in life’ reported The Daily Telegraph. The newspaper said that people who take the cheap painkiller for 10 years can reduce their risk of breast and bowel cancer.Brought to you by NHS Choices
Swine flu has spread to 11 countries, says WHOSubscription
Swine flu has now spread to 11 countries, according to official World Health Organization figures.
Funding worth £35 million aimed at developing new forms of digital technology could be of great benefit to the elderly, disabled and those living in rural areas, say researchers
Figures show that more than one in ten of Northern Ireland’s workforce are employed in the health and social care sector.