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A WOMAN spent four days in hospital recovering from nerve compression syndrome due to prolonged squatting in ‘skinny’ jeans.
RCN MEMBERS have called on the college’s ruling council to put pressure on UK governments to address the crisis in emergency departments (EDs).
PATIENTS WHO attend emergency departments (EDs) know that alternative healthcare services are available to them but cannot always access them, a report has concluded.
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LAST MONTH, I went with my family and friends to an emergency services event in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. This annual event is always well advertised and, on the day we went, more than 12,000 people are said to have attended.
Death anxiety, or ‘thanatophobia’, is a state in which people experience negative emotional reactions in recognition of their own mortality. Emergency and unscheduled healthcare workers, such as emergency nurses and paramedics, are constantly reminded of death and therefore of their own...
AS HEALTHCARE providers, we rely on the latest technology. It helps us to understand and treat complex health conditions, and to model clinical trials.
Due to major changes in how emergency care is delivered across different communities, one emergency department is no longer like another. Some have separate minor injury provision, some are general departments that cater for all types of patient, while others are designated major trauma centres....
A DECISION to halt development of a guideline for safe nurse staffing in urgent and emergency care settings could have major implications for services this winter, experts have warned.
It could be argued that the role of emergency department (ED) staff is to provide treatment to those with traumatic or acute injury or illness. However, because more and more older people with advanced chronic illnesses are presenting at EDs, staff must provide more palliative or end of life...
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