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11 December, 2017
In Liverpool, nurses working in general practice are actively engaged in the drive to improve care and reduce unwarranted variation, using the NHS England RightCare programme
27 June, 2017Jo Stephenson
Practice nurses and GPs across London are being urged to boost uptake of the shingles vaccine among people aged over 70 years old as part of a city-wide campaign.
30 May, 2017
Establishing a mental health clinic at a GP practice improved access to treatment. This initiative won the awards for Nursing in Mental Health and Nurse of the Year in the 2016 Nursing Times Awards
26 October, 2016Claire Read
When Jenica Leah’s classmates asked her what she’d been up to over the summer holidays, they received an unexpected response.
23 May, 2016
Nurses need to be aware of when to refer a patient for specialist treatment
11 January, 2016Steve Ford
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued draft diagnostics guidance recommending against the routine use, at present, of a new allergy test by the NHS.
8 January, 2016Steve Ford
Public health officials have confirmed that influenza is now circulating in England, triggering rules allowing antiviral drugs to be used for its treatment.
15 December, 2015Steve Ford
Scotland will become the first country in the UK to scrap the quality and outcomes framework, the points-based system through which GP practices have gained payment for meeting clinical targets.
10 December, 2015Nicola Merrifield
Non-medical prescribers are saving the NHS in England an estimated annual £777m, which could be increased further by at least £270m a year if more GP practices were to employ them, according to a new report.