Issue : May 2018
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A nurse in Cornwall has won a grant to carry out research on domestic abuse affecting older people.
Can you advise this student nurse?
Overweight and obese people are twice as likely to survive if admitted to hospital for any kind of infectious disease, according to a major new study on the so-called “obesity paradox”.
Health unions in Norfolk are holding a demonstration next week in protest at a hike in parking charges at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.
A recent trawl through the photo archives at has brought out forgotten stories, including one about a nurse and her link to a past Dutch king and another who used to be an African sprinting champion.
A bill designed to ensure nurse staffing levels in Scotland are safe has been published by the Scottish government.
Midwives in Scotland are hoping to spread the message that midwives do more than simply help a woman to give birth.
I was recently nominated for a staff achievement award, and for the second year in a row, I didn’t win (always the bridesmaid!).
England’s most senior nurse has signalled that she is to step down from her role in the near future, while also unveiling ambitions to reform the country’s nursing leadership structure.
We must move care into the community to improve how we deliver services for patients. How long and how often has that goal been proclaimed over the last 20 years or more?