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woensdag 15 maart 2017

Online learning to improve transition care for young patients

Online learning to improve transition care for young patients
A new online learning package has been launched to try and help improve community nursing care for young people in the "transition" process from children's services to adult community services.
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Over half of parents still unsure how to sleep their baby safely
More than half of parents are unsure of the basic steps they can take to lower the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), according to a survey commissioned by charity the Lullaby Trust.
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CNO names Laura Serrant as new BME advisory group chair
Nursing professor Laura Serrant has been named as the new chair of the chief nursing officer for England's black and minority ethnic strategic advisory group.
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Yorkshire trust improves but critical care nurse shortage remains
Nurse staffing levels in critical care services at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust have improved but there are still shortages, a spot check by the Care Quality Commission has revealed.
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Untreated childhood urinary problems may persist into teens
Continence problems not tackled in childhood are more likely to continue into adolescence with a potentially "devastating" impact on teenagers' lives, according to a major new study.
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Trust and university launch research partnership to up recruits
A new collaboration between a university and NHS trusts in Oxford has been set up to improve research and learning opportunities for nurses, midwives and students, with the aim of helping to attract additional trainees and staff to the region.
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