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vrijdag 13 april 2018

NHS failing to meet staff flexible career expectations, warns CNO

NHS failing to meet staff flexible career expectations, warns CNO
Employers have not "kept up" with the expectations of younger nurses who want more flexible working options, including opportunities for "career breaks", which has exacerbated staffing difficulties, according to the chief nursing officer for England.
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Nurses 'pivotal' to better care and quality of life for cancer patients
Investing in a nursing post to specifically boost continuity of care for oncology patients can bring tremendous benefits in terms of satisfaction and quality of life, according to researchers.
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Norfolk nurses to sleep rough to highlight plight of homeless
Nurses and other professionals from Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust will be sleeping rough for the night to highlight the links between homeless and poor mental health and raise money for those in need.
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Continuous glucose monitors 'cost-effective' for diabetes
Continuous glucose monitors improve glucose control and add to quality of life for patients with type 1 diabetes, and are also cost-effective over manual testing with strips, according to US researchers.
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Foundation of Nursing Studies chair set to step down
Leading nurse academic Professor Tony Butterworth is to step down from his role as chair of the Foundation of Nursing Studies charity.
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Booklet to help nurses with end of life care for pancreatic cancer
A new booklet on end of life care in pancreatic cancer has been launched with the aim of helping nurse and other healthcare professionals to support patients and their loved ones.
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