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Midwives, nurses and other members of hospital staff look set to benefit from a new study that will pilot giving “breaks and powernaps” to those who experience fatigue and tiredness during night shifts.
Cognitive behavioural therapy intervention delivered by respiratory nurses can reduce anxiety symptoms in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to UK researchers.
The University of Sunderland is launching a ground-breaking nursing degree apprenticeship scheme, which will see candidates study for up to five years while learning on the job.
NHS hospital trusts across England still own over 8,000 fax machines, despite the communications technology having largely been replaced in most other sectors over the last few decades.
The quality of life for cancer patients is be tracked as part of plans to “radically” improve care and support for people once treatment ends, NHS England has announced today.
A specialist health visitor and a lead children’s nurse have been revealed as the recipients of a practice development scholarship aimed at fostering patient-centred care.
Some of the first student nurses involved in a national scheme that ensures trainees have prior care experience are due to graduate and take up posts as nurses in the North East of England in the coming months.
The annual NHS survey has shown staff continue to believe the care their trusts provide is safe, with 69% saying they would recommend care at their organisation to a friend or relative.
A student nurse who was once Britain’s youngest surviving premature baby has returned to do a placement in the neonatal unit where she spent 16 weeks fighting for her life 20 years ago.
NHS England has announced 11 new centres across the country that it is hoped will lead the way in genetics research to transform the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and rare diseases.