Issue : November 2011
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Oral healthcare is an important part of treatment for mental health inpatients that may be missed by nurses, according to Australia researchers.
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Salome Keriti had a shopping trip to remember when she was taken on a spending spree at The Mall, Luton.
Triage nurses cannot predict whether patients attending accident and emergency require admission with sufficient accuracy so as to aid bed management, researchers from Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust have noted.
“More Britons than ever have HIV - but their life expectancy after diagnosis has never been higher,” The Independent has reported.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) require pre-registration nurse training programmes to be 50% theory and 50% practice.
I think we need to talk about money.
A couple of weeks ago I was walking home with friends along the seafront in Brighton.
Nurses are in a “prime position” to influence the integration of complementary medicine with mainstream healthcare, according to Bournemouth University researchers in the Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Research has combined stem cell technology and precision gene therapy for the first time, BBC News has reported.