Study shows it is often too late when homeless people present with cancer at hospital
Recorded end of life care preferences help healthcare staff access and share information
How two nurse specialists launched a service to advocate patient needs post-treatment
The long-term effects of a cultural shift that saw recreational drug and alcohol use rise are now surfacing
Louise Hunt explores the progress made since the launch of John’s Campaign for the right of family carers to support people with dementia
An NHS programme to tackle childhood obesity in Wales has been launched.
NHS staff wellbeing is suffering under the strain of increasing service pressures at the potential cost of patient care, according to a report by the Point of Care Foundation.
Multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings in cancer services are not operating as efficiently as they could be, a report by Cancer Research UK (CRUK) has found.
Study author blames unrealistic expectations
Health Education England visit put the focus on delayed discharge in a popular seaside location where a high volume of residents are retirees.
Practice nurses need better training in mental health, says mental health charity Mind.
The number of specialist nurses available to treat patients immediately after a stroke is the most reliable predictor of patient survival, according to a new study.