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1 December, 2011The Press Association
A government consultation will determine whether restrictions on NHS workers with HIV should be relaxed after a review found an “extremely low” risk of the disease being passed to patients.
8 November, 2011
“More Britons than ever have HIV - but their life expectancy after diagnosis has never been higher,” The Independent has reported.
24 October, 2011
The Daily Telegraph reported that a “vaccine could reduce HIV to ‘minor infection’”.
29 September, 2011
“Glow in the dark cats may be vital in AIDS research,” the Daily Mirror has today reported. Several other newspapers have also featured the fluorescent felines, which scientists have created through genetic modification.
2 August, 2010
E-portfolios are increasingly replacing paper versions to record learning. Some vital issues need to be considered when introducing them into nursing education
9 July, 2010
How many of us have been on courses, completed projects and assignments or undertaken professional development then implemented some or part of it into our work area? If we are honest, even if we have, not many of us can say we’ve done it every time.
23 January 2019Megan Ford
An investigation into the design of a flagship hospital in Scotland has been launched after the death of a child who had caught an infection from pigeon droppings while being treated there.
6 February 2019Steve Ford
Sinks situated next to patient toilets in hospital rooms may be reservoirs for Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase (KPC), increasing the risk of dangerous germ transmission, according to researchers.
10 January 2019Jo Stephenson
Responsibility for commissioning key public health services including health visiting, school nursing and sexual health could revert to the NHS under long-term plans for the health service’s future.