Category list : Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
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A children’s nurse from Nottingham has become the first in the country to be awarded a prestigious clinical lectureship award from the Department of Health and Social Care.
A new clinical nurse specialist role has been created at one of the largest acute trusts in England to offer “vital support” for brain tumour patients as part of an innovative charity initiative.
The winner of the first ever Nursing Times bake off was announced this week at our annual awards ceremony in London.
A London trust and its nursing director have found themselves at the centre of unwanted publicity, after it was widely reported they had “banned” patients from wearing pyjamas during the day.
Differences approaches take by clinical teams to the active treatment of lung cancer across England may be cutting short the lives of hundreds of patients with the disease every year, warn researchers.
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust’s chief nurse, Mandie Sunderland, has been made an honorary professor at Nottingham Trent University for her “leading contribution” to nursing.
At least half of children’s intensive care units in England were dangerously overcrowded over a four-day period before Christmas, the Labour Party has warned.
Research nurses have been credited with playing a key role in recruiting patients to take part in what is believed to be the largest drug trial of its kind ever to take place in the UK.
An independent sector provider in Essex is hoping to become the first private hospital in the UK to gain a prestigious global stamp of approval for outstanding nursing practice.
Maternity staff from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust have created their own calendar themed on the hit BBC TV show Call the midwife.