Category list : Barts and The London NHS Trust
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One of the largest NHS trusts in England has been lifted out of special measures after four years under the regime for struggling healthcare providers.
New year honours have been awarded to nearly 30 members of the nursing and midwifery profession for 2019, including the outgoing chief nursing officer for England, a leading voice in community nursing and a senior nurse credited with helping turn round a trust in the wake of a high-profile maternity scandal.
A hospital charity in London is aiming to raise £1m to fund trauma research and care, including nurse-led projects, in the wake of the rising levels of knife crime in the capital.
NHS hospital trusts across England still own over 8,000 fax machines, despite the communications technology having largely been replaced in most other sectors over the last few decades.
An award-winning new room to support people with mental health conditions in accident and emergency has opened at a London hospital.
National efforts to stop nurses from leaving their jobs, and in some cases the profession altogether, have seen some employers reduce turnover, but it is still “very early days”, according to a senior nurse at England’s NHS regulator.
An operation that targets the nerves connected to the kidney has been found to significantly reduce blood pressure in patients with hypertension, according to a clinical trial involving UK researchers.
Thousands of extraordinary images of nurses delivering care before the NHS came into being have been made available to the public online to mark 70 years of the service.
A new thoracic nurse specialist has been appointed in London specifically to support mesothelioma patients, a charity has announced.
The first nursing associates are being trained in a myriad of different ways and across varying scopes of practice, an investigation by Nursing Times into the controversial new role reveals.