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A NEW epilepsy passport has been created for about 60,000 children in the UK who have the the condition.
THE NURSING regulator has given the go ahead to introduce the new registration model, known as revalidation, in April 2016.
A NEW technique to remove blood clots from arteries could soon be integrated into everyday practice to treat patients with ischaemic stroke.
Compassion is a powerful word that describes an intense feeling of commiseration and a desire to help those struck by misfortune. Most people know intuitively how and when to offer compassion to relieve another person’s suffering. In health care, compassion is a constant; it cannot be rationed...
Children leaving the emergency department (ED) without being seen are a significant concern for emergency practitioners and health service managers. The Department of Health uses Left Without Being Seen (LWBS) as an indication of ED performance and quality, yet there appear to be no UK-based...
NURSING CAREERS spent solely in one area or department have become a thing of the past. Nurses are constantly moving abroad, to different specialties or up the ranks. In each case they will become new team members, or ‘newbies’.
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OVER THE next few weeks, chief nursing officer for England Jane Cummings and her team will draw up the first draft of a new nursing and midwifery strategy. The draft strategy is set to be presented to around 500 senior nurses attending the chief nurse’s annual two-day summit in Birmingham, to...
Emergency healthcare provision is changing, and services need to respond to evolving health economies while providing safe, effective, patient-centred care.
FAILURE TO manage the risk of concussion properly could lead to fewer people playing sport, according to Scotland’s chief medical officer, writing in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
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