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donderdag 8 maart 2018

Clinical news digest: Don't miss last month's top stories

Clinical news digest: Don't miss last month's top stories
Miss any of the clinical and practice news affecting the profession during February 2018? Catch up with our summary of the main study headlines and clinical breakthroughs.
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Too many children reach 'crisis point' in mental health system
Too many children and young people reach "crisis point" because services are not working effectively together so that they receive timely mental health support, according to regulators.
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Leading BME nurses appointed to spearhead new equality efforts
A team of experienced nurses has been appointed to spearhead regional efforts to boost equality, diversity and inclusion in nursing across England.
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Nurse backs film aiming to boost empathy about heart failure
A film that equates climbing a mountain with common symptoms of heart failure provides a powerful reminder to clinicians of what it is like to live with the condition, according to a specialist nurse who supported those involved in the project.
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Nurse leaders appeal for CPD funding and 'speedy' pay hike
The director of nursing at an NHS regulatory body and a nurse peer have stressed more funding for continuing professional development (CPD) is needed to help stop nurses from leaving their jobs – and also "speedy" changes to nurse wage rises.
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Lanarkshire and Coventry named 'midwifery services of year'
Midwives and maternity support workers from Lanarkshire in Scotland and the East Midlands in England have been named as the "midwifery services the year" by the Royal College of Midwives.
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