Category list : Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
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A charity has today launched a trial of a standardised equipment bag for community midwives after a survey found more than one in three do not have access to all the kit they need.
The number of visits to England’s accident and emergency departments by homeless people has more than trebled since 2011, according to a doctors’ union.
Clinicians can match type 2 diabetes patients to the right drug to improve blood glucose control by factoring in characteristics like body mass index and sex into prescribing decisions, say researchers.
A new nursing academy has been launched today to “combine academic rigour with NHS expertise”, with the aim of raising standards of care in Devon.
Nurses in Devon face uncertainty over the impact of a new “collaboration” between two of the county’s main acute service providers.
A new academy of nursing is to be launched in the West Country that will combine “academic rigour with NHS expertise” with the aim of raising standards of care for nurses.
A Devon acute trust is extending the temporary suspension of birthing services at two of its midwife-led maternity units, because of ongoing staffing shortages and safety concerns.
Clinical staff from the accident and emergency department at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have started a campaign to “bring a little extra comfort to patients who need it”.
Many adults with type 1 diabetes – including prime minister Theresa May – have been misdiagnosed due to misconceptions the condition is a childhood disease, claim researchers behind a new study.
An acute trust has brought forward the closure of 71 inpatient beds across four community hospitals due to pressures on safe staffing.