Issue : June 2011
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Women with gestational diabetes experience fewer adverse outcomes when treated with diet or metformin instead of insulin, according to New Zealand researchers.
International researchers have devised 12 recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in the treatment of traumatic wounds and reconstructive surgery, after reviewing more than 192 studies into the use of the vacuum assisted technique.
Student nurse, Elena Ivany, wants everyone - no matter what their role - to work together to put patients at the centre of hospital care
Nursingtimes.net wins at Online Media AwardsSubscription
Nursingtimes.net has scooped the prestigious Chairman’s Award at the Online Media Awards 2011.
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Practice and oncology nurses' views soughtSubscription
A researcher at the University of Glamorgan is studying nurse adopters of genetics within practice and oncology nursing.
Nursingtimes.net is partnering with Netbuddy to help nurses care for people with learning disabilities. Here, we look at tips on feeding tubes.
Trusts and other NHS providers will be held much more heavily to account for their investment in the training of nurses and other health professionals, the government has announced.
Key changes to the NHS reforms to widen clinical involvement in commissioning to nursing and hospital doctors will be included in NHS regulations but not be written into legislation, the government has said.
Action demanded over hospital deathsSubscription
Labour has called for urgent action following a report about an increase in deaths from dehydration in Scottish hospitals.