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

donderdag 12 april 2018

New apprenticeship standards published for advanced practitioners

New apprenticeship standards published for advanced practitioners
New apprenticeship standards for advanced clinical practitioners have been given the seal of approval, meaning the first programmes should be on offer to nurses soon.
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New training standards published for advanced practitioners
New training standards for advanced clinical practitioners have been given the seal of approval, meaning the first courses should be on offer to nurses soon.
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Warning over 'extremely worrying' state of diabetes nursing
A leading nurse consultant has called the current state of diabetes nursing "extremely worrying" and warned that the country could face a "ticking time bomb of poor health" unless changes are made.
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Sustaining traumatic brain injury increases risk of dementia
Sustaining a traumatic brain injury is associated with an increased risk of developing both dementia and Alzheimer's disease, according to one of the largest studies of its kind.
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UK study to track progression of chronic kidney disease
Researchers behind a major new study of chronic kidney disease hope it will provide vital information to aid earlier diagnosis and treatment.
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Respiratory nurses highlight staffing concerns in COPD care
Nurses and others working for pulmonary rehabilitation services have seen staffing levels drop and their workload increase amid fears they are struggling to offer timely support to those who desperately need it.
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