Issue : July 2018
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Midwives and babywearingSubscription
Student NT editor Holly Morse discusses the benefits of babywearing for the modern parent.
The nurse who found herself in 1916Subscription
’This book will be enjoyed by anyone who is looking for an easy to read novel which integrates nursing with a historical perspective.’
Sticking to a Mediterranean type diet could reduce hip bone loss among patients with osteoporosis within just 12 months, according to a new study involving UK researchers.
’This book would be useful to anyone involved with people living with dementia to serve as a reminder that a respectful and dignified approach is vital to underpin interactions’
Why home birth mattersSubscription
’I would recommend this book to pregnant women, student midwives and healthcare professionals as it is such a balanced and informative read, without becoming boring’
Improving communication between paramedics, prehospital critical care teams and emergency staff could “enhance” the care and wellbeing of critically ill or injured patients, according to UK studies.
A new broom suddenly looks set to sweep through the corridors of the Department of Health and Social Care.
The idea that patients should always complete a course of antibiotics has again been challenged by academics.
Babies introduced to solid foods early have been found to sleep longer, wake less frequently at night and suffer fewer serious sleep problems than those exclusively breastfed for the first six months.
Patients with oesophago-gastric cancer should receive support and information from a specialist clinical nurse to help them adapt to physical changes, according to draft guidance.