Category list : Online education
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Health and social care staff in Scotland are being empowered to better support people with autism during difficult moments throughout the rollercoaster of their lives.
A new database has been developed to arm nurses and other healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to confidently prescribe physical activity to patients.
A charity has launched an online resource designed to encourage more general nurses to specialise in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), amid rising numbers of patients and a shortage of expert help.
Macmillan has appointed its first “digital nurse specialist” to help ensure people can get accurate online information about cancer.
One trust developed a web-based induction resource to welcome and inform students who are about to undertake clinical placements
Better survival rates for a group of haematological cancers known as myeloproliferative neoplasms mean nurses play a bigger role in managing patients with these conditions. Scroll down to read the article or download a print-friendly PDF here
’A must for all hospices and palliative care specialties to have within their libraries and available for staff use’
Nurse becomes advisor to diabetes patient forumSubscription
A nurse from University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has joined a panel of leading clinical experts for Europe’s largest diabetes forum.
An interactive approach to mandatory trainingSubscription
On recognising that staff members were not fully engaging with mandatory training, one trust decided to develop and implement a new approach
How can you tell the difference between dementia, delirium and depression in older people, to ensure they receive the right care? Current knowledge on this question is summarised in this article, and is also available as a learning resource in our learning unit on dementia, delirium and depression