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dinsdag 28 februari 2017

'No support' among mental health nurses for generic training

'No support' among mental health nurses for generic training
Mental health nurses have "no support" for suggestions that the four fields of nursing should be discontinued under plans to move to a more generic model of training, according to a new report by a charity.
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Focus group sees older people pass insights to student nurses
Older people in Cornwall and Devon have been helping student nurses understand the needs of their future patients by giving their time and insights into their lives.
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Nursing bears brunt of NHS clampdown on agency spending
The majority of savings made by the NHS so far on agency staff have come from nursing, according to regulators, who admit that more needs to be done to curb spending on locum doctors.
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Morecambe Bay inquiry chair to lead new investigation
Jeremy Hunt has appointed Dr Bill Kirkup to lead an investigation into the death of baby whose case has exposed "regulatory gaps" and "significant risks" in the care of sick children.
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Charity booklet targets pain linked to pancreatic cancer
A new booklet on pain and pancreatic cancer has been launched to help nurses and other healthcare professionals to support patients with the condition.
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Teens with type 2 diabetes more prone to complications
Teenagers and young adults with type 2 diabetes develop kidney, nerve, and eye diseases more often than their peers with type 1 diabetes in the years shortly after diagnosis, a major study has found.
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