Category list : Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust
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Health visitors in North Yorkshire have received international recognition for their care for parents and their children.
Specialist nurses are being urged to become local “clinical champions” to help improve services in their area to deliver better care for people with diabetes.
A new mobile nursing service, in the form of a bus, is taking advice and support direct to County Durham’s five to 19-year-olds.
A specialist nurse has been appointed to support asbestos-related cancer patients in West and North Yorkshire, amid a rise in cases in the area.
Endoscopy nurse celebrates 50-year NHS careerSubscription
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust has offered its congratulations to endoscopy nurse Sue Hood, who has clocked up 50 years working in the NHS.
Vacancies and sickness meant that only about half of planned support worker hours were filled in the delivery room at Harrogate and District Hospitals Foundation Trust in December.
The government has said more than 60 maternity services will get a slice of £10m worth of funding earmarked for improving care for women and their babies.
The “misleading” presentation of results from the government’s flagship patient feedback test is alarming the public and damaging staff morale, senior nurses have warned.
People with long term conditions should be involved in developing self management tools. A trust consulted patients to meet their information needs. Download a print-friendly PDF file of this article here
Trusts are staking around £280m a year on the ability of nurses to help hit local targets, a Nursing Times investigation has revealed.