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16.02.17: Nurses and other health professionals in South West England will conduct more than a quarter of GP appointments under plans to relieve pressure on general practice.
17.02.17: Following plans to overhaul the workforce and scrap the nursing bursary, Alice Harrold speaks with the executive dean of Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London to find out what the future holds for the profession.
17.02.17: Can the NHS overcome the many challenges it faces in 2017, or are there yet more hurdles to come?
17.02.17: How can nurses ensure that children and young people are keeping active?
10.02.16: Skin assessment should always be included in a holistic patient assessment. Primary care nurses observe and assess their patient’s skin on a daily basis
03.02.17: Nursing has seen the greatest decrease in full-time undergraduate applications of all subjects for the 2017 cycle, a UCAS report published on Wednesday (1 February) has revealed.
02.02.17: “Nurses do deserve a pay increase, but these are not normal times”, said health minister, Philip Dunne MP, on Tuesday (January 31).
14.02.17: New NICE asthma guidelines have been called ‘short-term’ and ‘cost-driven’ in the consultation on the changes.


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