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

dinsdag 10 april 2018

Hep C drugs among those accepted today for Scottish NHS

Hep C drugs among those accepted today for Scottish NHS
Five new medicines, including treatments for hepatitis C, psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis, have been approved for use by regulators in Scotland.
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Senior nurses join social media row sparked by TV doctor
Disparaging comments made about nursing on social media by a doctor have sparked widespread criticism from the profession, including from the chief nursing officer and other national leaders.
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RCN to see if view of nursing as 'women's work' affects pay
The Royal College of Nursing is to carry out research looking at how far societal views towards women have led to low earnings for nurses.
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Exclusive: Two-year nurse apprenticeship launched in Essex
Four health service trusts in Essex have joined forces with a local university to launch one of the UK's first two-year registered nurse apprenticeship programmes.
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Patients with epilepsy at 'increased risk of unnatural death'
Patients diagnosed with epilepsy in England and Wales are at increased risk of dying from suicide and accidents, according to researchers.
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Funding boost for midwifery research training programme
New charity funding has been awarded to provide research training grants for midwives and nurses to improve care.
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