Issue : March 2018
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Many NHS trusts in England are failing to log, track, or disclose information on conflicts of interest for their staff, so potentially undermining public trust in health professionals, suggests research.
Bandages for knees and elbows could in future be made from a new thin, lightweight, rubber-like film, according to US engineers behind the innovation.
A new free course has been launched to help nurses and other health professionals to understand how genomics can battle bacteria diseases.
The Cavell Nurses’ Trust said it welcomed government comments made about nursing professionals “going above and beyond to provide care” in the wake of the new pay proposals.
The NHS has a tendency to divide people’s opinion. Write about an issue to do with our health service, especially on social media, and you get a lot of debate and often much disagreement.
A London-based nurse has been learning winter survival skills in Norway while also following in the footsteps of famous wartime raiders who helped halt the Nazi’s atomic bomb programme.
A Midlands specialist midwife and a charity founder have been asked by the government to lead a national review which could change the law for bereaved families.
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57% of UK women are on a ‘diet’ all or most of the time, yet as a student midwife it is impossible to have escaped the assertion that we are in the grip of an obesity crisis, threatening the health and pregnancy outcomes of increasing numbers of women, says NT student editor for midwifery, Holly Morse.
An anti-inflammatory drug given to patients in the early stages of a stroke has been shown to reduce harmful inflammation, according to researchers in Greater Manchester.
The University of South Wales has formalised a working agreement with an armed forces nursing college in South Korea to train healthcare professionals in disaster response.