Infants in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) who receive direct care from their parents have an improved health outcome, a study has found.
A report by The King's Fund reveals the fundamental problems that mental health services in England face compared with other services, which has created an increasingly unstable working environment
Risk factors, such as a fever, are associated with failures in the management of skin and soft tissue infections (SSTIs) in emergency department observation units (EDOUs), a review has found.
Emergency department (ED) sepsis screening algorithms should incorporate a serum lactate cut off of ≥2mmol/L as a threshold for the initiation of interventions and increased monitoring, research concludes.
Child organ donation rates are lower than those for adults but the presence of a specialist nurse during consent discussions can increase rates.
Offering financial incentives may increase breastfeeding rates marginally at six to eight weeks.
Research shows that for every 20 patients who receive comprehensive geriatric assessments on admission to hospital, one can avoid admission to a care home.
Celebrate excellence in older people’s nursing by proposing a colleague or team.
Constraint of transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 may help to reduce the effect of respiratory syncytial virus infection in children
Intervention focused on ethics and exploitative tactics in the tobacco industry.
Global cardio-renal intervention trial sets out to understand the long-term complications of cardiovascular disease in young people with type 1 diabetes.
In a bid to improve residents' health and well-being, one care home in Oxfordshire holds free intergenerational music sessions, where residents and children are engaged in melody making.
Research director Professor Tanya McCance on embedding person-centred care in practice across different settings.
Nurses perceive the quality of care to be higher for children in paediatric emergency departments (EDs) than in general EDs, according to a study.
A Chinese study examines the relationship between satisfaction and burnout in the emergency department, and the implications this has on staying in their role.
Despite an eight-month waiting list, a four-stage care pathway assessment and an assortment of clinical tests, the number of young people over the age of 14 who want to change gender has increased significantly since 1989
Gwen Kirby’s predecessors may not have attended Great Ormond Street Hospital’s (GOSH) committees and board meetings, but that did not stop this matron from finding a place at the table.
Double award-winning falls coordinator Sharon Love explains why she feels so passionately about her work.