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Articles within the archive for March 2016

01/03/2016:NHS England announces healthy towns - News
01/03/2016:Dementia nurse service expands following prior success - News
02/03/2016:Diabetes UK Professional Conference - Events
02/03/2016:Vitamin D supplements in pregnancy could strengthen winter babies' bones - News
02/03/2016:Nurses are 'valued' public health professionals - News
03/03/2016:Universal meningitis B vaccine vetoed by government - News
03/03/2016:Missing the point of the maternity review - Blogs
07/03/2016:LinkedIn for Nurses - Professional
07/03/2016:Use of emollients in management of atopic eczema - Clinical
07/03/2016:New campaign to shine light on primary care nurses - News
07/03/2016:Delays to the Childhood Obesity Strategy will ‘damage children’s health’ - News
07/03/2016:UK to become most dementia friendly society according to health secretary - News
08/03/2016:Government approves 1% pay rise for nurses - News
08/03/2016:Integrating physical and mental healthcare could save NHS billions - News
08/03/2016:Triumvirate leadership boosts practice developments - News
08/03/2016:Domestic abuse without the bruises - Blogs
08/03/2016:Ovarian cancer needs awareness - News
08/03/2016:Managing good nutrition in the infant stages - Clinical
09/03/2016:The green shoots of patient recovery - News
10/03/2016:A day in the life of... - Professional
10/03/2016:More than a million smoking related illnesses forecasted in the next 20 years - News
10/03/2016:Support for prostate cancer fatigue - Clinical
11/03/2016:Demonstrating and expanding nursing competence - Events
11/03/2016:'We don’t know how lucky we are’ - Blogs
11/03/2016:Lifting the roof over our health - News
11/03/2016:Third season of unusually high scarlet fever cases recorded - News
14/03/2016:New app to encourage vaccination uptake in pregnancy - News
14/03/2016:Hospice launches campaign to sponsor a nurse - News
15/03/2016:HIV drug could prevent skin cancer becoming untreatable - News
16/03/2016:Levy on sugary drinks announced in Budget - News
18/03/2016:Slow growth in district nurse training places - News
18/03/2016:Healthcare's male bias hurts women - Blogs
21/03/2016:Managing pin sites in primary care - Clinical
21/03/2016:Health and social care to be integrated into partnerships in Scotland - News
21/03/2016:Nursing associates will lead to ‘further reductions in workforce’ - News
21/03/2016:Demystifying revalidation - Professional
21/03/2016:New partnership to improve treatment of arthritis - News
22/03/2016:Revalidation is not a reason to retire - Blogs
22/03/2016:First stage of diabetes prevention programme announced - News
22/03/2016:Hearing screening programme could prevent elderly deaths - News
22/03/2016:Managing venous leg ulcers - Clinical
22/03/2016:Curbs in the community - News
22/03/2016:Taking the morale high ground - News
23/03/2016:What will nurse associates bring? - Blogs
23/03/2016:Wound assessment and treatment in primary care - Clinical
23/03/2016:UK makes top 10 in global nursing education rankings - News
23/03/2016:Scotland trek to raise money for nurses - News
24/03/2016:Treating Depression 2016 - Events
24/03/2016:Nursing to remain on shortage occupation list - News
24/03/2016:New resource to reduce risk of dementia - News
26/03/2016:Poor communication between hospital and community harming transition - News
29/03/2016:Pre-reg nursing training places increase in Northern Ireland - News
29/03/2016:RCN celebrates centenary - News
29/03/2016:Updated prostate cancer test guidance for asymptomatic men - News
31/03/2016: New Scottish partnership to integrate health and social care - News
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