Category list : Paediatrics/children's nursing
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A community service provider in Surrey is to pilot the use of a new book written by a school nurse, with a view to potentially adopting it as a mental tool across the county.
The government’s plans to improve mental health services for children and young people are “not ambitious enough” and risk placing more pressure on already stretched services and staff, according to a new report by MPs.
Study questions widely used treatment for eczema in children VideoSubscription
One of the most widely used treatments for childhood eczema may not actually be helpful, according to UK researchers.
Only around 15% of hospital children’s services are backed up by a full-time community nursing service, creating difficulty in discharging children early, the authors of an audit report have warned.
’It follows Lily through childhood and her dream of becoming a nurse’
A nurse whose family has worked for the NHS for generations is organising a huge music festival to celebrate the health service’s 70th birthday and raise money for a children’s ward.
Leaders at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have spoken out against the “unprecedented” level of abuse that nurses and doctors have endured over the tragic case of Alfie Evans.
A group of nurses from across the UK will attend the royal wedding next month representing the children’s charity WellChild, it has been announced.
The number of nurses and midwives registered to practise in the UK continues to be lower than the same point a year ago, largely due to a further decline in European staff, reveal new figures from the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Measles poses the most serious threat to babies and toddlers that have not been vaccinated, according to research in the wake of several years when outbreaks of the disease have occurred.