Issue : March 2018
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The charity that runs the Admiral nursing service has appointed a nurse to a senior role intended to help expand the specialist dementia support it provides in UK.
Long-term proton pump inhibitor (PPI) use does not increase the risk of hip fracture among patients with Alzheimer’s disease, according to researchers.
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The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM) will cease to provide homeopathic treatments on the NHS from next month, it has been revealed.
The chancellor has failed to use his spring statement to unveil extra money to ease the public sector spending squeeze, though a potential deal on NHS nurse pay rises was again mentioned and additional investment in the health service was hinted at in the autumn.
Coronation Street actress and former popstar Kym Marsh is helping launch a new set of awards focusing on nurses and midwives involved in bereavement care for the parents of babies that have died.
More than a half of patients presenting in primary care now have two or more long-term conditions, which may lead longer consultations with practice nurses and GPs, a new study has indicated.
The RCN Foundation has announced that three education grants providing up to £5,000 in funding are now open for applications.
Student nurses at the University of Surrey are being given the chance to work at one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals under a new partnership agreement.