We bring you the latest news from the healthcare about the health care in the United Kingdom.

donderdag 9 november 2017

NHS trusts to be ranked on purchasing of ‘everyday items’

NHS trusts to be ranked on purchasing of 'everyday items'
Hospital trusts are to be put into a "league table" in order to help them compare prices and save money on equipment procurement, the health secretary has announced today.
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Draft staffing guidance for children's and neonatal services
NHS Improvement has released draft safe staffing guidelines covering children and young people's inpatient wards, and also acute inpatient neonatal services.
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Crisis warning as demand for children's nursing escalates
A national charity for seriously ill children has warned of a growing crisis in paediatric healthcare as demand for its specialist nursing services escalates.
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Poor prognosis for more than half with diabetic foot ulcers
Less than half of patients with an infected diabetic foot ulcer will see it heal within a year, according to UK researchers, who said close monitoring and rapid treatment was key.
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Practice nurses urged to learn cardiomyopathy symptoms
Practice nurses and GPs are being urged to talk to patients about their family history of heart disease by a charity, in the wake of latest survey results.
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Exclusive: 'Our image is out of date', says nurse academic
The outdated image UK nursing presents to the world is one of the key problems for the profession in this country, according to an influential nursing leader and academic.
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