Category list : Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
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A hospital in Oswestry is set to provide a national end-of-life care initiative to support patients in their final days of life and their families into bereavement.
An “inspirational” senior nurse who has dedicated four decades to the NHS has been honoured by a university.
An anti-inflammatory drug given to patients in the early stages of a stroke has been shown to reduce harmful inflammation, according to researchers in Greater Manchester.
Nurses from the hospital trusts that treated the victims of this year’s terror attacks in Manchester and London were honoured last night at the annual Nursing Times Awards.
Student nurses from Stirling, London, Nottingham and Birmingham were among those celebrated as the best in the country in their category at the annual Student Nursing Times Awards.
A new national screening tool to help nurses screen for child sexual exploitation, which is based on prompting conversation rather than ticking boxes, is due to be unveiled later this year, Nursing Times can reveal.
A large acute trust in Greater Manchester has unveiled ambitions to boost its nursing and midwifery establishment by 300 over the next three years, in response to calls from frontline staff.
Local commissioners have defended their response to a review of maternal deaths at Pennine Acute Hospitals in 2014, after “enduring” problems were revealed in a shocking report.
Jeremy Hunt is today due to name 12 trusts that will “deliver pioneering approaches to digital services”, as the government looks to “fast track” technology implementation in the NHS.
An official report has revealed the full extent to which a range of problems including understaffing, lack of leadership and limited incident reporting is risking patient safety at a Greater Manchester NHS trust.