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Yoga and mindfulness can benefit young people with eating disorders, clinical...

Senior clinical psychologist Sam Bottrill said yoga and mindfulness can help young people...

Practice nurses provide 'easier first stop' for young people with eating...

Young people with eating disorders can find it easier to speak to practice nurses than GPs...

‘Social networks reinforced my anorexia, but helped my recovery too’

Student Ruby Tucker highlights complex role of social media in eating disorders

Safe caseloads must be determined for district nursing, urges QNI

A new paper from nursing charity, the Queen's Nursing Institute, is being used to start...

New nursing dean for University of Salford

Margaret Rowe has taken up post at the University of Salford's school of nursing.

New guidance outlines nurses' role in tackling falling child vaccination rates...

Role nurses can play in tackling falling child vaccination rates in England has been...

Nurse academic leading study into effects of manuka honey

Study will examine whether stoma bags made using manuka honey can reduce skin irritation.

Google doodle honour for Second World War nurse

A nurse who was awarded the George medal for bravery during the Second World War has been...

Mental health conditions lengthen hospital stays for heart failure patients

Heart failure patients who are also affected by a mental health condition are more likely to...

Nurses' key role in preventing suicides

Nurses are best placed to develop a rapport and communicate with patients at risk of suicide...

Nurses say they will 'go extra mile' during junior doctors strike...

Nurses will pull together for patients as the NHS braces itself for another series of...

World first for cardiac nurse

Tom Quinn has become the first nurse to be elected as a Fellow of the American College of...

Call for debate on future of nursing education

A new report from the Council of Deans of Health is calling for discussion on what new...

Chemotherapy mortality study highlights the importance of secondary cancer care nurses

Public Health England and Cancer Research UK publish study revealing 30-day mortality rates...

Two new council members at the NMC

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has appointed two new council members.

Olympic inspired torch relay spreads important hygiene message

Nursing academics from Plymouth University have been keeping the Olympic spirit alive with a...

Junior doctors announce five days of strike action

Fears over patient safety have been raised after junior doctors in England escalate dispute...

District nursing at ‘breaking point’

Overstretched district nursing services are functioning on nurses’ goodwill, says new report.

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