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

dinsdag 13 maart 2018

Project to support young parents lands top award

Project to support young parents lands top award
A Swansea project to help improve maternity care for teenagers and young women with complex social factors has scooped a top national award.
 
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National Planned Care Programme
The planned care programme was established in 2014, to act as vehicle of service change to support health boards improve patient experience and create sustainable pathways, based on the prudent healthcare values.
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Former RAF officer praises Ysbyty Gwynedd staff for their 'outstanding care'
A former patient who was admitted to Ysbyty Gwynedd with a serious back injury has praised staff for their 'outstanding care' during a challenging time for the hospital.
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Charity founded in memory of dedicated health visitor helps next generation gain advanced care qualifications
The next generation of health care workers are receiving additional training thanks to a charity set up in memory of a much-loved Colwyn Bay health visitor and midwife.
 
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North Wales health board becomes first in UK to issue guidance on transgender dementia care
Ensuring transgender people are treated with dignity when they develop dementia is at the heart of new guidelines being developed by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
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New service at the heart of the community
A new community-based way of screening for heart disease and strokes is giving people the tools they need to live to a healthy old age.
 
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Success at the British Journal of Nursing Awards 2018...
We are delighted to announce the success of two of our nurses at the British Journal of Nursing Awards which were held in London on Friday 9th March. Karen Hamer was the winner in the Mental Health Nurse of the Year Category and Karen Perry was awarded third place in the Stoma Care Nurse of the Year category...
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Young adults and teenagers urged to get MMR vaccination as measles outbreak in South East Wales continues
Public Health Wales is urging young adults and teenagers to make sure they are protected against measles with two doses of the MMR vaccine.
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