Issue : April 2018
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Nurses from the UK have been helping to train Red Cross volunteers in Uganda, as part of work to reduce the risk of disasters and boost the wellbeing of local communities.
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Can you advise this student nurse?
People can be slightly cynical about awards events. You know, all that clapping and voracious supporting of each other’s outstanding achievements can become wearing for some. But that never seems to happen in nursing awards. And I am glad about that.
Outstanding student nurses and their educators have been celebrated today at a glittering ceremony in London.
Mistaken belief in “mythical” causes of cancer, such as drinking from plastic bottles and microwave ovens, is rife among the public, according to UK researchers.
Donna Green, chief nurse and deputy chief executive at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has become a trustee of the Point of Care Foundation.
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Respiratory nurses at Hillingdon Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in West London are hoping to reduce the number of visits that young asthma patients make via an innovative visual learning approach.
Professor Steven Ersser, from York University, is to receive an award later this year in recognition of his contribution to nursing research, especially in the area of dermatology and skin care.