We asked the student nursing community on twitter whether first aid should be a part of the national curriculum.
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20 February, 2014The Press Association
Leading first aid charities are issuing new advice to parents on what to do if their baby chokes after research showed many have no idea what action to take.
20 September, 2010
First aid and management of serious incidents such as road accidents is to be formally taught to trainee nurses, as new pre-registration standards are published.
2 February, 2009Clare Lomas
A significant number of people don’t have the basic skills required to provide emergency first aid, new survey results suggest
21 January, 2008
This article describes the the first treatment of a casualty with severe bleeding.
10 January, 2008
Eye injuries are irritating and painful, and some have the potential to be very serious. Even a superficial graze to the cornea can lead to scarring, resulting in permanent damage and deterioration in vision. Prompt first-aid treatment can be helpful.
17 December, 2007
This article, the second in a six-part series on first-aid procedures, explains how to respond to a generalised tonic-clonic seizure
26 February 2019Megan Ford
Mental health nurses at trusts in London are swapping job skills with colleagues in accident and emergency to help both sets of professionals better manage and treat patients with mental health problems.
3 May 2019Nursing Times News Desk
Obese children are over a third more likely to require a hospital emergency department visit than their normal weight counterparts, a UK study has found.