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woensdag 19 juli 2017

Cognitive rehab therapy can aid patients with early-stage dementia

Cognitive rehab therapy can aid patients with early-stage dementia
Personalised therapy can help people in the early stages of dementia manage everyday tasks and stay independent, according to the findings from a large-scale trial.
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New IV clinic 'frees up nurses and treats more patients'
A clinic that was launched in Swansea last month means one nurse can now treat as many patients as it used to take four to do, according to the health board that set it up.
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Wigan HCA praised for saving man's life while on holiday
A healthcare assistant put his lifesaving training to good use after successfully performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation while on holiday – despite "having some cocktails".
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Exclusive: Nurses reluctant to discuss disability with MS patients
Nearly two-thirds of specialist nurses are reluctant to discuss disability with patients who have multiple sclerosis, which has a knock-on effect on broaching the topic, a survey has indicated.
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Funding revealed to support 'strongest' STPs across England
The government has announced which sustainability and transformation plans will receive a share of the £325m of extra capital funding that was pledged to the NHS in the spring budget.
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Hospital trust appoints first cohort of 'Kate Granger nurses'
Tameside Hospital in Greater Manchester has appointed its first batch of "Kate Granger nurses" who will promote the themes that underpinned her high profile "Hello my name is…" campaign.
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