Category list : Armed forces nurses
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English Heritage is trying to identify nurses who worked at a country home that was used as a hospital during World War I after adding colour to a series of old black and white photographs.
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A new memorial has been unveiled to commemorate the service of nurses during the First and Second World Wars.
New guidance has been published with the aim of helping care homes provide better support for the hundreds of thousands of ex-service men and women living in nursing homes in the UK.
Britain’s longest serving poppy seller Rosemary Powell, a former nurse who also volunteered during the Second World War, is set to retire from her charity work after 97 years of collecting.
An emergency department nurse from University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has been selected by the Army to help provide healthcare to people in Kenya.
The use of military-style tourniquets to stanch early bleeding in arms and legs has been shown to improve a trauma patients chance of survival, according to US researchers.
A London-based nurse has been learning winter survival skills in Norway while also following in the footsteps of famous wartime raiders who helped halt the Nazi’s atomic bomb programme.
The University of South Wales has formalised a working agreement with an armed forces nursing college in South Korea to train healthcare professionals in disaster response.
Helen Wilkes has been appointed as the first mesothelioma nurse specialist in the UK to focus on helping armed forces personnel and veterans affected by the cancer related to asbestos exposure.
Nurses who died in the two world wars will be commemorated at a permanent memorial set to be unveiled this summer, if sufficient funds are raised.