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Articles within the archive for March 2017

01/03/2017:Moving care to the community will not save NHS money - News
01/03/2017:Potentially deadly condition more common than type 1 diabetes in children - News
03/03/2017:Significant improvements to the control of diabetes in children - News
03/03/2017:NHS and social care staffing levels at risk from Brexit uncertainty - News
07/03/2017:Tackling urinary incontinence - Clinical
08/03/2017:Record number of nurses apply for financial assistance - News
08/03/2017:An update on fibre - Clinical
08/03/2017:Palliative care patients should be asked about religion - News
08/03/2017:Notable improvements to NHS workplaces, despite pressures - News
09/03/2017:The high cost of poor footcare for diabetic patients - News
09/03/2017:Boost to social care in Spring Budget - News
10/03/2017:General practice should be ‘top career destination’ - News
13/03/2017:Need for more support for parents on sleeping their baby safely - News
15/03/2017:‘Gathering storm’ for midwifery services - News
15/03/2017:Financial pressures affecting district nursing - News
17/03/2017:Public sector pay to fall in real terms over the next three years - News
17/03/2017:Funding for suicide-prevention strategies is ‘too little and too late’ - News
21/03/2017:Assessing dementia - Clinical
21/03/2017:The role of the nurse in eating disorder recovery - Clinical
21/03/2017:Expansion in drug and alcohol prevention programme - News
22/03/2017:New system to monitor psychoactive substance effects launched - News
22/03/2017:Female nurses at increased risk of suicide - News
22/03/2017:Communication around healthcare associated infections - Blogs
22/03/2017:The next steps of an unlikely prophet - Blogs
22/03/2017:Dawn of the Super Regulator - News
22/03/2017:Monogenic diabetes: Could this be your patient? - Clinical
23/03/2017:Screening of 'baby strep' bacteria in pregnant women discouraged - News
23/03/2017:Teen pregnancies at lowest rate since records began - News
24/03/2017:Almost half of breastfeeding mothers stop after two months - News
24/03/2017:Government called on to share burden of children's palliative care funding - News
25/03/2017:New guidelines recommend anastrozole for postmenopausal women at risk of breast cancer - News
26/03/2017:Nurses' 'anger' over agency shift ban - News
27/03/2017:NHS failing to meet targets to treat mental health equally to physical health - News
27/03/2017:Healthcare ignorance on menstrual conditions blasted by report - News
28/03/2017:NHS targets 'low value' prescriptions for cuts - News
29/03/2017:'We don't know enough' about rural healthcare needs due to broad statistics - News
29/03/2017:Government's actions on childhood obesity and sugary drinks called 'extremely disappointing' - News
30/03/2017:Benzos linked to opioid overdose - Clinical
30/03/2017:Insulin degludec is cost-effective - Clinical
31/03/2017:'50/50 by 2020': Key NHS board positions still go to men over women - News
31/03/2017:Gap between living cost and wages across UK ‘widening’ for nurses - News
31/03/2017:HIV tests ‘should become routine’ in high-risk areas - News
31/03/2017:NHS hit by mass exodus with EU nurses in wake of Brexit - News
31/03/2017:NHS forced into U-turn on agency bans by nurses' outrage - News
31/03/2017:Primary care reforms will see more seven-day GPs and mental health expansion - News
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