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Nurses urged to look after themselves better

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A campaign to help nurses look after their own health has been launched by the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
The Nursing No1 campaign will help nurses to lose weight and build their fitness with information and ideas specially tailored towards community nurses.

The QNI has teamed up with the Oxford Health Alliance to help promote the first part of its campaign which will focus on healthy eating, drinking and smoking cessation.

The alliance already works to reduce the global impact of chronic disease by highlighting the dangers of tobacco use, poor diet and lack of physical activity.

Rosemary Cook, QNI Director, said: 'This campaign is about offering help and support to those who have decided that they want to improve their own health or personal wellbeing.'

For information, visit the QNI website.

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