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Friday 19 December 2014

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12.12.14: Key learning points: - Who is most at risk of developing chronic kidney disease - Detecting chronic kidney disease - Long-term monitoring and referral for specialist assessment
12.12.14: The first two years of life are full of important lessons and milestones, and this has been no different for the Institute of Health Visiting
12.12.14: More should be available for young people as self-harm in children is at a high
15.12.14: Healthcare professionals should incorporate weather warnings into healthcare plans
20.12.12: The Chief Nurse for England has given us a strategy on which to base the care we give our patients, ensuring quality is at the core. Do you know what they stand for?
08.12.14: England has lost more than 1,000 matrons and 3,400 senior nurses during the past four years
03.11.14: Nurses are concerned about the quality of end of care life care in the UK, an RCN survey has found
06.11.13: Sexual function may not be an easy thing to talk about for either the patient or clinician, but it is something that is affected by numerous health conditions. In particular, treatment for prostate cancer can make many men vulnerable to some or total erectile dysfunction which can threaten masculinity, psychological well-being and happy relationships.

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With practice nurses represented in clinical commissioning groups, expanding and mobilising the workforce has become an important priority
Marilyn Eveleigh
Plans for the NHS over the next five years have been issued and once again nursing takes centre stage
Donna Davenport
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have published examples of outstanding care that should serve to inspire all nurses in general practice
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