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Articles within the archive for April 2016

01/04/2016:UK women to be most obese in Europe by 2025 - News
01/04/2016:Health behaviour change conference in Essex - News
01/04/2016:First group of nurses revalidate from today - News
01/04/2016:NMC appoints new education director - News
04/04/2016:‘Tweetathon’ to give back to nurses undergoing hardship - News
04/04/2016:Bariatric surgery in type 2 diabetes - Clinical
04/04/2016:MS: Understanding the enigma - Clinical
04/04/2016:New prison health partnership in South West England - News
05/04/2016:HCAs prepare for bigger role in North London - News
05/04/2016:NICE aims to tackle rising levels of multi-morbidities - News
05/04/2016:Accurate record keeping - Professional
05/04/2016:How medicine went antiviral - Clinical
05/04/2016:'Sneaky' pension changes will 'wipe out' pay rise for nurses - News
05/04/2016:Shortchanged in primary care - News
05/04/2016:Nothing has changed as much as nursing - Blogs
06/04/2016:Discharge planning is still a priority - Blogs
06/04/2016:Promoting peace of mind - Professional
06/04/2016:Diabetes cases quadruple in 34 years - News
06/04/2016:Increased consultations in primary care burdening nurses and GPs - News
07/04/2016:The curious case of sarcoidosis - Clinical
07/04/2016:Consultation on student nurse bursary launches - News
08/04/2016:The management of shingles - Clinical
08/04/2016:Bringing palliative care back home - Blogs
08/04/2016:Record levels of scarlet fever reported - News
08/04/2016:First ever analysis into highest death rates for a decade - News
11/04/2016:Primary care nursing conference announces second date - News
13/04/2016:New NICE guidance on prescribing controlled drugs - News
13/04/2016:'Distressing' levels of smoking among people with mental health conditions - News
15/04/2016:Diabetes continues to be the most expensive condition for the NHS - News
15/04/2016:Practice nurses could take on more consultations - News
18/04/2016:The problem with presenteeism - Professional
18/04/2016:Rosacea linked to Parkinson’s disease - Clinical
18/04/2016:The supersized medicine spoon - News
18/04/2016:Lack of definitive asthma test leads to over-diagnosis - News
18/04/2016:Parkinson's patients hide their condition - News
18/04/2016:Factors leading to male and female subfertility - Clinical
19/04/2016:Managing rheumatoid arthritis - Clinical
19/04/2016:Every health visiting team should have a mental health specialist - News
19/04/2016:Irish nurse prescriber numbers fall short - News
19/04/2016:Toxoplasmosis linked to aggression - Clinical
20/04/2016:Current issues in palliative care 2016 - Events
20/04/2016:Smith and Nephew woundcare study days - Events
20/04/2016:Vitamin C can protect against cataracts - Clinical
20/04/2016:Identifying and treating patients with psoriasis - Clinical
20/04/2016:London practice nurses work longer hours than national average - News
21/04/2016:£15million investment for practice nurses - News
21/04/2016:DH launches consultation to 'modernise' NMC - News
21/04/2016:Reforms to pay would boost practice nursing workforce - News
22/04/2016:Young minds do matter - News
26/04/2016:RCN publishes updated FGM guidance - News
26/04/2016:Vaccinations may be more effective in the morning - News
27/04/2016:Meningitis public awareness campaign announced - News
28/04/2016:E-cigarettes should be promoted as a safe smoking cessation device - News
28/04/2016:London nurses are struggling with housing costs due to pay cuts - News
28/04/2016:First practice nursing figures reveal lack of nurses in senior roles - News
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