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Clare Lomas

Clare Lomas

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02077283718
Email:
clare.lomas@emap.com

Stories

  • Studying and being in debt seem to go hand in hand

    Making the most of your moneySubscription

    Student Guide

    Studying and being in debt seem to go hand in hand, so at some stage you are likely to feel the pinch. Clare Lomas outlines ways you can get more money and make what you have go further

  • State-of-the-art portable ECG equipment is helping cardiac patients self-monitor their condition

    Home ECG monitoring reduces costs and improves care Subscription

    27 July 2010

    A telehealth pilot project that helps cardiac patients in the North West self-manage their condition has saved £185,000 in 14 months.

  • A nurse examines brain scans at UCLH's stroke unit

    Specialist stroke units create 400 nursing postsSubscription

    27 July 2010

    Specialist hyper acute stroke units have created hundreds of jobs for nurses who are taking on increasingly advanced roles in stroke care.

  • Chief nursing officer for England Christine Beasley

    CNO tells nurses to carve out a role in GP-led NHSSubscription

    20 July 2010Comments (36)

    The GP led groups set to take over the bulk of NHS decision making must be monitored for how well they are involving nurses - but it will also be up to the profession to make its voice heard, the chief nursing officer for England has told Nursing Times.

  • Karen Jennings

    Unison warning over social enterprisesSubscription

    20 July 2010Comments (4)

    Nurse entrepreneurs risk shouldering the blame for services that fail in tough financial conditions, Unison head of health Karen Jennings has warned.

  • The first three standards on stroke, dementia and prevention of venous thromboembolism were published in June, setting out 5-10 quality statements for each part of the patient pathway.

    NICE to expand remit into social care Subscription

    13 July, 2010

    The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence is expected to produce 150 quality standards over the next five years to help trusts measure progress on clinical outcomes, according to the health white paper.

  • The government has pledged to “end the uncertainty and delay” about the future of community health services.

    Pledge to 'end uncertainty' around community servicesSubscription

    13 July, 2010Comments (1)

    The government has pledged to “end the uncertainty and delay” about the future of community health services.

  • Health secretary Andrew Lansley has pledged to give frontline nurses more control over decisions about patient care.

    More control for nurses over patient careSubscription

    13 July, 2010Comments (5)

    Health secretary Andrew Lansley has pledged to give frontline nurses more control over decisions about patient care.

  • NHS organisations will be handed control over nurses’ pay under ambitious plans to reform the NHS announced by health secretary Andrew Lansley yesterday.

    Control of nurses’ pay handed to employersSubscription

    13 July, 2010Comments (39)

    NHS organisations will be handed control over nurses’ pay under ambitious plans to reform the NHS announced by health secretary Andrew Lansley yesterday.

  • Health minister Anne Milton has pledged to protect frontline nurses and give them more control over decisions about patient care.

    Anne Milton pledges to shelter frontline nursesSubscription

    6 July 2010Comments (4)

    Health minister Anne Milton has pledged to protect frontline nurses and give them more control over decisions about patient care.

All by Clare Lomas

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