Issue : May 2018
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A leading nursing organisation has warned that the movement of services out of hospitals and closer to patients’ homes has failed to happen at the “scale and pace required”.
As the nature of the infection prevention and control challenge evolves, so too must the approaches to meeting it – but solutions must focus on ease of use for busy clinicians
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A simple score based on the food people eat could help clinicians predict patients’ risk of becoming overweight and ensure they get the right support and advice, say Spanish researchers who undertook a major long-term study.
Nurses don’t get paid much, they work long hours with often unpaid overtime, and it’s a job with few freebies.
Staffing shortages at a hospital run by Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust were a factor in the case of a grandmother whose “painful” death from bladder cancer could have been avoided, a report by the health service ombudsman has revealed.
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The Nursing and Midwifery Council has today officially launched its new set of standards on the skills and knowledge the “next generation of nurses will learn to enable them to deliver world class care”.
Nurses at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust are promoting the benefits of the activity boxes they recently introduced to help jog the memories of patients with dementia.
Gestational diabetes may predispose women to early-stage kidney damage, a precursor to chronic kidney disease, according to US researchers.