Issue : August 2018
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Latest figures have revealed a further – though small – drop in the total number of nurses working for the NHS in England.
Two leading nurses have been revealed as this year’s recipients of a prestigious award given each year to nursing professionals for their work to promote ethical practice and human rights.
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Long gone are the days when turning a blind eye to institutional abuse or blaming it on “one bad apple” was considered acceptable.
England has initiated public consultation to change legislation to an opt-out system for organ donation.
Some intensive care units may be putting babies and children at risk by not implementing standardised monitoring of breathing, a new survey has highlighted.
Honey or over-the-counter cough medicines should be the first port of call for people with a nasty cough, according to new draft guidance, which advises clinicians not to prescribe antibiotics.
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A specialist diabetes nurse and a team of community nurses are among the winners of awards to recognise outstanding work with seriously ill children.
A therapy that helps people with dementia achieve everyday goals is being rolled out to health and care providers, after a successful trial.
Monday’s announcement that yet another of the country’s nursing leaders was exiting the stage at the end of August was not wholly unexpected.
A prison has been told to issue clear guidance to staff on when to attempt resuscitation after nurses carried out cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an inmate who was “clearly dead”.