Issue : August 2018
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NHS staff in North Kent who are also the parents of premature babies are being offered additional support via the first health service initiative of its kind in England.
Michelle Forsyth is a Macmillan Skin Cancer Care Coordinator at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Mark Foulkes: Macmillan Lead Cancer Nurse
The UK’s first guidance has been launched on safeguarding to help nurses and other healthcare staff more effectively protect vulnerable adults.
The easiest way to describe artificial intelligence (AI) is to call it the intelligence of machines, rather than people.
The Royal College of Nursing is urging prospective student nurses to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia before starting university, as the W strain continues to rise.
E-cigarettes, estimated as 95% less harmful than conventional cigarettes, are too often being overlooked as a stop smoking tool by the NHS, especially in mental health settings, according to MPs.
A three-year pay deal for most NHS staff in Scotland, including nurses and midwives, has today been accepted.
Police say they have charged a man with the murder of a woman who is believed to be a nurse who previously performed earlier this year in a charity choir on the TV show Britain’s Got Talent.
A petition has been launched that calls for health workers such as district nurses to be given greater parking freedoms when performing care duties in the community.