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dinsdag 2 januari 2018

CNO launches support package on discharging hospital patients

CNO launches support package on discharging hospital patients
The chief nursing officer for England has launched a new winter framework designed to help nursing staff to ensure that patients do not spend any time longer than they need to in hospital, calling on all clinical teams and nurse leaders to help "make a difference".
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Screening could 'prevent quarter of hip fractures in older women'
Community screening for osteoporosis could prevent more than a quarter of hip fractures in older women, according to UK researchers.
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Exercising at own pace boosts a school child's ability to learn
School pupils' attention and memory improves after exercise and the best responses to tests come after physical activity set at their own pace, as opposed to exhaustive exercise, a study has found.
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Tribute paid to oncology nurse retiring after 50 years' service
An oncology nurse, described as an "expert" in placing peripherally inserted central catheter lines and as "key" in helping set up a new hospital unit, is to retire after five decades.
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Nursing from the past recorded on new local history website
Photographs of nursing staff taken at Christmas time during the 1920s and 1930s are among those featured in a new digital archive of the history of healthcare services in Salisbury.
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First 2,500 nursing associate apprenticeships to start by spring
A total of 2,500 nursing associates are expected to begin apprenticeship training in England in the first few months of this year, followed by more in the autumn, the head of the national workforce body has said.
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