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dinsdag 27 juni 2017

Flu vaccine should be offered at 'every opportunity,' says NICE

Flu vaccine should be offered at 'every opportunity,' says NICE
Influenza vaccination should be offered by healthcare professionals at "every opportunity" during flu season to help stop the virus from spreading, draft guidance from the National Institute for Health and care Excellence has said.
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Emergency talks over '£1m cut to Ulster University nurse training'
Emergency talks are understood to be taking place today to discuss the impact of cuts to funding for specialist nursing courses in Northern Ireland.
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'Two fifths of postnatal mental health problems undetected'
More than 40% of new mothers' mental health problems are not being picked up by healthcare professionals, a report by a parenting charity has revealed.
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Nurse to lead postgraduate training at Wales medical school
A senior nurse who has been awarded a professorship and promoted to a top job at a university's medical school hopes her achievements will help to eliminate stereotypes about the nursing profession.
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Nurse protests begin with warning of strike ballot if pay cap remains
The Royal College of Nursing has said its members are taking an "unprecedented stand" today as they take part in a series of protests across the UK over pay, while warning of a potential ballot over strike action.
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Lying flat after stroke 'no more beneficial' than sitting up
Lying patients flat on their backs soon after the onset of a severe stroke does not appear to affect outcomes despite suggestions that it could improve recovery by aiding blood flow to the brain, according to a major new study spanning nine countries.
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