Issue : June 2018
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Patients going into hospital from care homes should be given a special red bag to allow for an easier stay and quicker discharge, according to NHS England.
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A nurse researcher has been has awarded a grant worth £25,000 to study improving follow-up care for the asbestos-related cancer mesothelioma.
Films that once played a key role in nurse training and attracting people into the profession are among a collection of rare archive footage being released by the British Film Institute to mark the 70th birthday of the NHS
NHS nursing and midwifery staff in Scotland have been offered a minimum of a 9% pay rise over the next three years, under latest proposals.
Nursing organisations have urged the government not to forget about key health and care services, such as health visiting and sexual health, that will not benefit from the recent announcement of a funding boost for the NHS.
The NHS health check programme has “fallen considerably short” of expectations, with the impact on the nation’s health still unclear nearly a decade on from when it was first introduced, according to the first full review of research evidence.
Recently we launched the Physical Activity for people with Metastatic Bone Disease: Guidance for healthcare professonals.
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Getting to the maintenance and support stage of a digital system roll-out in healthcare is important.