Issue : September 2018
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Third year, adult nursing, Glasgow Caledonian University
Third year, learning disability nursing, University of Wolverhampton
Third year, mental health nursing, University of Plymouth
Third year, adult nursing, King’s College, London
Third year, children’s nursing, University of Birmingham
Second year, mental health nursing, University of Wolverhampton
Miss any of the clinical and practice news affecting the profession during September 2018? Catch up with our summary of the main study headlines and clinical breakthroughs.
A hospital charity in London is aiming to raise £1m to fund trauma research and care, including nurse-led projects, in the wake of the rising levels of knife crime in the capital.
A breast cancer survivor has told an audience of leading community nurses that the nursing staff who cared for her while she was being treated for the condition were key to her “sanity and stability”.
The council of the Royal College of Nursing has been forced to collectively stand down after losing a historic vote of no confidence.
Tensions are running high at a crunch meeting of the Royal College Nursing in which members are due to vote on a motion of no confidence in the leadership.
The lead negotiator responsible for presenting the NHS pay deal to decision-makers at the Royal College of Nursing has been criticised as having a “conflict of interest” by independent reviewers.
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New types of combined oral contraceptives that contain both lower doses of oestrogens and newer progestogens are linked to a reduced risk of ovarian cancer in young women, a study has found.
NHS England has today launched the next phase of its nurse recruitment campaign, with a fresh focus on mental health, learning disability and community nursing.
It’s freshers time at universities and across mainstream and social media we have been seeing the inevitable pictures of students lurching around city centres in a drunk and dishevelled state.
The number of learning disability nurses in the NHS has hit a record low, plummeting by more than 40% in less than a decade, new figures reveal.
A protein found in milk can alleviate chemotherapy side effects, potentially bringing relief to millions of patients undergoing cancer treatment, according to US researchers.
A nurse from the world’s first fertility clinic, Bourn Hall in Cambridge, has been appointed to the executive board of national nursing organisation the Senior Infertility Nurses Group (SING).
The most senior nurse at the regulator NHS Improvement has vowed to fight for better training opportunities for qualified nurses to enhance their skills.