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Articles within the archive for February 2014

03/02/2014:The battle for the Bill - Professional
03/02/2014:Illness during holiday time - Professional
03/02/2014:Career profile - Professional
03/02/2014:Nurses welcome CPD opportunities at PCN Expo - News
03/02/2014:Increased statin use to lower cholesterol: consultation - News
03/02/2014:Nursing week of action: public health - News
03/02/2014:NEWS FOCUS...Renewed interest in mental health - News
03/02/2014:Two weeks in primary care...News Roundup - News
03/02/2014:Record numbers of staff take up flu jabs - News
03/02/2014:Mobile working for community nurses in Bristol - News
03/02/2014:Treating heavy menstrual bleeding - Clinical
03/02/2014:Spotting sepsis as early as possible can save lives - Clinical
03/02/2014:Skin conditions in diabetics - Clinical
03/02/2014:Itchy dermatitis of the hand - Clinical
03/02/2014:Adherence, smoking, arthritis - Clinical
03/02/2014:Serving the needs of children with Type 1 - Blogs
03/02/2014:The value of a career in practice nursing - Blogs
03/02/2014:Shelving the QOF: a good idea? - Blogs
17/02/2014:Ensuring best cancer care across settings - Blogs
17/02/2014:Many tweets become one voice - Blogs
17/02/2014:District nurses: lifesavers for many - Blogs
17/02/2014:Optimising inhaler technique - Clinical
17/02/2014:Fasting, brain health, abuse - Clinical
17/02/2014:Pelvic inflammatory disease: a common cause of morbidity - Clinical
17/02/2014:Diagnosing pancreatic cancer earlier in primary care - Clinical
17/02/2014:Problems of poor nutrition - Clinical
17/02/2014: Nurse prescribing and primary care efficiency - News
17/02/2014:Nine out of ten NHS staff think their role makes a difference - News
17/02/2014:Blood pressure pills can increase the risk of falls - News
17/02/2014:Making the NHS fit for the future - News
17/02/2014:Two weeks in primary care...News Roundup - News
17/02/2014:Improving guidelines for COPD - News
17/02/2014:Arthritis training for community nurses - News
17/02/2014:First results for maternity services - News
17/02/2014:Increased use of insulin for diabetics - News
17/02/2014:Report urges community care changes - News
17/02/2014:PCN Expo provides good CPD opportunities - News
17/02/2014:First community cancer drop-in clinic in London - News
17/02/2014:Worth a look - Professional
17/02/2014:Tips for understanding the medical literature - Professional
17/02/2014:In Your Workplace - Professional
17/02/2014:Career profile - Professional
20/02/2014:Expert opinion – emollient application part 1 - Video Content
28/02/2014:In Your Workplace - Professional
28/02/2014:Spotlighting practice nurses - Professional
28/02/2014:Majority of nurses will not receive cost of living pay increase - News
28/02/2014:Early drug trials for patients with severe illnesses - News
28/02/2014:Low reporting of side effects of children's medicines to general practice - News
28/02/2014:Senior nursing staff fewer than in 2010 - News
28/02/2014:Trends in primary care prescribing - News
28/02/2014:Two weeks in primary care...News Roundup - News
28/02/2014:NICE guidelines for domestic violence - News
28/02/2014:First biological indicator of depression found - News
28/02/2014:Changes to the way GP services are funded could threaten rural practices - News
28/02/2014:Millions of patients may be unable to see a GP - News
28/02/2014:District nurses could take on the care of elderly patients - News
28/02/2014:Small steps, big changes - Clinical
28/02/2014:Viral cutaneous warts, in images - Clinical
28/02/2014:Understanding incontinence in people with dementia - Clinical
28/02/2014:Cholera: advising travellers - Clinical
28/02/2014:Pregnancy, prescribing, sleep - Clinical
28/02/2014:Humour, a two-edged sword - Blogs
28/02/2014:Caregiving takes longer than 15 minutes - Blogs
28/02/2014:Eating disorders: illness not a game - Blogs
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