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Articles within the archive for September 2014

02/09/2014:Forced retirement - Professional
02/09/2014:Career profile: Jane Yeadon, Forres, Scotland - Professional
02/09/2014:Worth a look - Professional
02/09/2014:Connecting communities of quitters - Professional
02/09/2014:Ear infections, in images - Clinical
02/09/2014:Managing a case of childhood atopic eczema effectively - Clinical
02/09/2014:Do no harm: reducing pressure ulcers in a care home setting - Clinical
02/09/2014:Nurses should be aware of the early symptoms of cancer - Clinical
02/09/2014:Is the WHO strategy on TB DOTty? - Blogs
02/09/2014:QNI consults on further practice resources - Blogs
02/09/2014:Giving primary care readers the best - Blogs
02/09/2014:Primary care nursing in Scotland - News
02/09/2014:News in brief - News
02/09/2014:Ebola outbreak: UK nurse recovers - News
02/09/2014:NMC changes registration process for overseas nurses - News
02/09/2014:NHS key factor in independence debate - News
02/09/2014:Schools to support diabetic children - News
02/09/2014:Deaths from top four cancers fall - News
02/09/2014:Charity helps parents pay for funeral - News
02/09/2014:PHE investigates salmonella outbreak - News
02/09/2014:HV services will be maintained - News
02/09/2014:Smoking cessation in decline - News
02/09/2014:First FGM clinic for children opens - News
02/09/2014:Asthmatics unaware they could be at risk - News
02/09/2014:FGM guidelines for health visitors - News
02/09/2014:RCN releases Ebola guidance - News
02/09/2014:Taskforce for child mental health services - News
02/09/2014:Maximum ratio for health visitors needed - News
02/09/2014:CQC clarifies what special measures mean for practices - News
02/09/2014:PMR-CVD link - Clinical
02/09/2014:Breast cancer risk confirmed with new pills - Clinical
02/09/2014:OAB's psychological toll highlighted - Clinical
10/09/2014:Public Health Wales launches smoking cessation campaigns - News
10/09/2014:Calls for emergency taskforce on childhood obesity - News
10/09/2014:Observation on pay system requested - News
10/09/2014:Accessibility major barrier to homeless - News
14/09/2014:World news - News
15/09/2014:Practice nursing on the ascendance - News
15/09/2014:Stress levels impact on level of care - News
15/09/2014:Disability as a working nurse - Professional
15/09/2014:Social media: Unlocking the potential - Professional
15/09/2014:Written complaints against nursing fall - News
15/09/2014:Career profile: learning disabilities nurse - Professional
15/09/2014:WHO releases first global report on suicide - News
15/09/2014:Male urinary incontinence - Clinical
15/09/2014:Support for better seize control - News
15/09/2014:Suicide - Everybody’s business - News
15/09/2014:School nurses in unique position on mental health - News
15/09/2014:Overdiagnosis risk not commonly understood - News
15/09/2014:NHS funding on Labour’s election agenda - News
15/09/2014:Majority of primary care nurses work overtime - News
15/09/2014:Why community nurses should adopt a commissioner - Blogs
15/09/2014:Early discharge puts community midwives under strain - News
15/09/2014:We can all help avoid admissions - Blogs
15/09/2014:News in Brief - News
15/09/2014:Slowing diabetic nephropathy - Clinical
15/09/2014:Demystifying constipation - Clinical
16/09/2014:RCN's primary care lynchpin - News
18/09/2014:General practice placements a success, say students - News
18/09/2014:RCN president honoured - News
19/09/2014:Cancer nursing partnership launched - News
19/09/2014:Social media 'most helpful resource' for MS patients - News
19/09/2014:Mental health must be a priority - News
19/09/2014:Guidance on emergency inhalers in schools released - News
19/09/2014:Few think health reforms had a positive impact - News
19/09/2014:Hypothyroxinemia in pregnancy linked to autism - Clinical
19/09/2014:Unison members favour industrial action - News
20/09/2014:Obesity placing strain on NHS - News
20/09/2014:Nurses need improved diabetes education - News
20/09/2014:CCGs let childhood continence services suffer - News
22/09/2014:Nurses able to access CPD, despite long hours - News
23/09/2014:Leading health education charities to merge - News
23/09/2014:Labour promises 20,000 more nurses by 2025 - News
23/09/2014:Labour leader pledges to 'save the health service' - News
23/09/2014:Community mental health must improve, warns CQC - News
24/09/2014:Health visiting guidance for commissioners published - News
24/09/2014:Andy Burnham promises support for carers - News
24/09/2014:Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health - Events
25/09/2014:Realising the potential of primary care - Events
25/09/2014:TB rate remains high despite a decrease - News
25/09/2014:Skirt size increase linked to breast cancer risk - News
25/09/2014:Long hours in low-wage jobs linked to diabetes - News
26/09/2014:Flu vaccine myths could be putting patients off - News
26/09/2014:Unite members vote to strike over NHS pay - News
26/09/2014:UKIP plans to be 'party of the NHS' - News
27/09/2014:Second National Immunisation Conference - Events
27/09/2014:Inhaler aims to combat poor inhaler technique - News
28/09/2014:Fifteen per cent of prescribed antibiotics fail - News
29/09/2014:Viv Bennett addresses homeless health challenge - News
29/09/2014:RCM members vote yes to strike action - News
30/09/2014:Cameron pledges extended GP services by 2020 - News
30/09/2014:Hidden workforce of young carers needs support from DNs - News
30/09/2014:PHE urge travellers to Saudi Arabia to be aware of health risks - News
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