Issue : April 2018
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’So well written and accurate to the feelings and emotions that you cannot help but have when caring for others in this situation. Fantastic!’
’The chapter on what causes lymphoedema highlighted the impact of tropical disease in the development of this condition in other countries and inspired me to learn more on this subject.’
Silicosis - A World HistorySubscription
’This book gave a fascinating insight to diseases that are still prevalent today.’
NHS Blood and Transplant is a special health authority that provide a blood and transplantation service to the NHS, looking after blood donation services in England and transplant services across the UK. This week, we’re looking at the work of nurse practitioner Emma Green.
’This book is relevant to all health and social care professionals who care for people living with dementia’
NHS staff who are members of the union Unite have started voting today on whether or not to accept the three-year pay deal that was unveiled in March.
The Scottish government is to invest £6.9m over three years for training and educating practice nurses and district nurses to “help support a sustainable 24/7 community nursing workforce”.
Sorted : The active woman’s guide to healthSubscription
’I really enjoyed reading it as not only was it informative and interesting but left me wanting to improve my lifestyle and stay as fit and well as I possibly can.’
Older people’s nursing is a hugely rewarding career with opportunities to tackle complex health issues and develop a broad skillset, according to a survey of nurses working in the field.
An in-depth study of the cancer nursing workforce has revealed major challenges, including startling variations in caseloads and higher than average vacancy rates.