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

donderdag 8 maart 2018

Scottish NHS board recognised for supporting staff with disabilities

Scottish NHS board recognised for supporting staff with disabilities
Scotland's national centre for heart and lung services has become the first NHS board in the country to achieve the highest level of a government-backed scheme to boost support for disabled staff.
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Booklet aims to end 'inconsistent and confusing' postnatal advice
Midwives and nurses in North West London have helped create an information booklet for new mothers to tackle a lack of clear information for women after giving birth.
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Upbeat music boosts exercise time during cardiac stress testing
Encouraging patients to listen to music during a standard cardiac stress test can help extend the time someone is able to perform the test, according to US researchers.
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NHS chief executive thanks nurses for 'going extra mile' this winter
The chief executive of the NHS in England has praised nurses for their dedication to the job, as services have come under "enormous" pressures this winter, but has stressed staff goodwill must not be exploited.
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Too many children reach 'crisis point' in a 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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Norovirus outbreaks cutting beds to 'unsustainable levels
The number of beds lost due to suspected cases of norovirus over the winter reached the highest level for five years and is "unsustainable", according to the Royal College of Nursing.
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