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maandag 30 april 2018

Review challenges routine practice for postpartum haemorrhage

Review challenges routine practice for postpartum haemorrhage
Alternative drugs may be more effective than the standard drug currently used to stop women bleeding after childbirth, according to a Cochrane review of available evidence.
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Audit sheds light on impact of shortage of children's nurses
Only around 15% of hospital children's services are backed up by a full-time community nursing service, creating difficulty in discharging children early, the authors of an audit report have warned.
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RCN welcomes cash for neonatal and post-natal services
The Royal College of Nursing has welcomed a £9.7m investment in Swansea's neonatal and post-natal services, which was announced by the Welsh government.
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Cancer specialist nurses are being 'run ragged', warns charity
An in-depth study of the cancer nursing workforce has revealed major challenges, including startling variations in caseloads and higher than average vacancy rates.
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Survey 'challenges assumptions' on older people's nursing
Older people's nursing is a hugely rewarding career with opportunities to tackle complex health issues and develop a broad skillset, according to a survey of nurses working in the field.
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Investment for Scottish practice and district nurse training
The Scottish government is to invest £6.9m over three years for training and educating practice nurses and district nurses to "help support a sustainable 24/7 community nursing workforce".
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