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People with learning disabilities still face inequalities in access to health services. This article, which comes with a handout for a journal club discussion, sums up what nurses can do to reduce these inequalities
Theatre nurses at a hospital in North Yorkshire will now be caring for patients throughout their whole procedure – from the moment they go to sleep in the anaesthetic room, to the moment they wake up in the recovery room.
Professor Jill Maben, leading expert on nursing workforce issues at the University of Surrey, has joined a high powered panel that aims to boost health service staff and patient engagement with research.
Workforce shortages are driving down public opinion of the NHS, a new survey reveals today.
Infection control is not only about hand washing, but also about looking at the wider environment, says Sian Rodger, who highlights the benefits of a tidy patient bed space
The children’s wards at both the James Cook University Hospital and Friarage Hospital now have a fleet of five electric cars.
A West Yorkshire trust is piloting a new way to help people to live better with and beyond cancer by offering two support co-ordinator posts, funded by the charity Macmillan.
Heavily involving senior nurses, such as matrons, in hospital bereavement services may help relatives to deal with concerns over care in the wake of a difficult death and ultimately curb legal action, according to researchers in Kent.
A small-scale qualitative study found that NHS services often failed to provide suitable continence pads in sufficient numbers for people living with urinary and/or faecal incontinence at home
Patients could benefit from improved nursing care and outcomes thanks to new guidance that helps draw out meaningful findings from qualitative studies, according to those behind it.