Category list : North West London Hospitals NHS Trust
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Mental health nurses at trusts in London are swapping job skills with colleagues in accident and emergency to help both sets of professionals better manage and treat patients with mental health problems.
An NHS trust in London has welcomed a new contract to deliver community health and social care services in Ealing, to support people to receive treatment closer to home.
Staff at a hospital in London have found a hidden “treasure trove” in the back of a filing cabinet, with a scary twist.
A nursing team in London has done the “out of the ordinary” by helping a terminally ill patient to fulfil a final wish of going to the stay at the seaside with his family.
London is now the only region in England to have a majority black and minority ethnic (BAME) nursing workforce, it has been revealed.
An image of a steely eyed matron in the 1940s and nurses taking care of a glamorous training dummy are among a series of fascinating photos unearthed by London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust as part of the NHS’s 70th birthday celebrations.
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.
The Prince of Wales has thanked frontline nurses for their work on behalf of the nation at a special reception attended by over 300 members of the profession.
Well over a third of patients with type 2 diabetes say they do not fully understand their heightened risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD), according to a small survey by a pharmaceutical company.
A nurse has been named as chair of the British Menopause for the first time since the society was founded over 25 years ago.