Category list : Telehealth
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A project harnessing “telecare” technology and led by senior nurses in Yorkshire has reduced emergency admissions from care home by 33%, new research suggests.
Charity begins pilot of online bereavement services Subscription
Health and social care charity Sue Ryder is to pilot an online bereavement service to support people dealing with grief.
MindFresh is a digital platform that helps young people look after their mental health and emotional wellbeing. It won the Technology and Data in Nursing category in the 2017 Nursing Times Awards
The majority of cancer survivors find the use of telehealth as a way of communicating with nurses and other healthcare professionals to be “positive and worthwhile”, according to UK researchers.
All nurses should have the skills to be able to use electronic technology to help them in their work, according to a motion passed at the Royal College of Nursing’s annual conference.
A nurse from Chesterfield is running a marathon later this month during which he plans to post messages and facts about a nursing charity on social media every mile.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust has introduced a special smartphone that monitors the health of heart failure patients and alerts nurses if they are at risk of deteriorating.
A major telehealth programme has been launched in Cheshire with the aim of helping improve self-management by patients with long-term conditions.
The NHS is failing to shift resources to community settings in Scotland fast enough to deal with the increasing number of older people living in rural areas, according to a report by the Royal College of Nursing.
A specialist centre has opened in north east Kent where nurses are using telemedicine to help support patients with the most complex and serious wounds in a community setting.