Category list : Care homes/residential
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Older patients with age-related hearing loss have more symptoms of depression, according to a US study.
At Solent Trust, research nurses facilitate the involvement of care home residents in studies. This initiative won the Clinical Research Nursing category in the 2018 Nursing Times Awards
Care home staff have forgone a festive tradition in order to help Northumberland’s lonely older people.
There is an ongoing recruitment and retention “crisis” among the nursing workforce in the independent social care sector in Scotland, a report has warned.
Choking is a life-threatening emergency that nurses must be able to recognise and treat. This article explains how to deal with choking in adults and will be followed by an article about managing choking in children
Theresa May today pledged to cut “needless” admissions and help inpatients return home sooner – through community-based rapid response teams and dedicated support for care home residents.
Willow ward in Charlton Lane Hospital has adopted John’s Campaign. This means carers of patients with dementia, whose presence has numerous benefits, are welcome at any time
Should all hospitals adopt open visiting hours? This article discusses some of the arguments for and against unrestricted hospital visiting, considering the evidence and the ethical aspects
New research to help determine a “fair” rate for NHS-funded nursing home care will get under way next month, it has been announced.
Philip Hammond announced plans to create a new mental health crisis service and also pledged a funding boost for social care services in his autumn budget speech this afternoon.