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Vivienne Cohen

Stories

  • Admission prevention tool updatedSubscription

    26 November, 2007Updated: 4 March, 2009

    A tool that helps prevent emergency hospital re-admissions has been updated to identify nursing interventions more accurately and increase savings.

  • Online centre opens to all mentorsSubscription

    15 November, 2007Updated: 4 March, 2009

    A new online resource for nurse mentors has been launched by Napier University, a nurse education centre in Scotland.

  • BHF funds academic nurse postSubscription

    15 November, 2007

    The British Heart Foundation has funded a new academic nurse post at the University of Glasgow in an attempt to combat the problem of heart disease in Scotland.Susan Kennedy has been appointed to the role of lecturer in cardiac care, the only such position funded by the BHF in the UK.As well as previous teaching and research experience in cardiovascular disease, Ms Kennedy has also spent 11 years as a practice nurse. ‘The role of nurses in treating patien

  • Online centre opens to all mentorsSubscription

    9 November, 2007Updated: 4 March, 2009

    A NEW website for nurse mentors has been launched by Napier University, a nurse education centre in Scotland.

  • Nurses to have a say in the boardroomSubscription

    7 November, 2007

    The King’s Fund and the Burdett Trust for Nursing have teamed up to launch a leadership programme for nurses aimed at bringing the bedside to the boardroom.

  • Lecturer wins research fundsSubscription

    6 November, 2007

    A nurse academic at the University of Hull has been awarded a £90,000 research scholarship in recognition of her work in wound care.

  • Staff to be fast-tracked into top jobsSubscription

    6 November, 2007

    NHS London plans to groom the capital’s most talented nurse leaders to become the health service chief executives of the future.

  • Staff to be fast-tracked into top jobsSubscription

    5 November, 2007Updated: 4 March, 2009

    NHS LONDON plans to groom the capital’s most talented nurse leaders to become the health service chief executives of the future.