Primary Health Care
Healthcare professionals’ vaccine advice is trusted most – and social media least
Annual review also reveals that it met 22 out of 24 standards of good regulation
Hospital’s blue plaques project recognises the daily acts of kindness in patient care
Imperial College scientists investigate technology that could transform individuals’ lives
A schoolgirl who charmed Prince Harry and Meghan helps declare open a mental health centre
College appoints its acting head following months of ‘sterling leadership’
A knowledge gap was identified in the Kingston Carers’ 2016 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment...
Three studies examine how social prescribing promotes a health and social care partnership
Three studies examine the rise in long-term ventilation to support respiratory function
This article looks at how parents and carers can use text messaging to have safe and secure...
Varicella zoster virus (VZV) is a common illness that causes varicella (chickenpox) and...
This article describes innovations in the recognition and management of at risk and...
A trust has devised a range of courses to develop the skills of all its nursing workforce
How student ambassadors are helping to promote the specialty as a first-choice career
Marvellous Mentors is aiming to improve awareness of heart failure
Earlier and better patient education is needed to promote self-management
A volunteer-run social initiative is helping local people to support those in crisis
Ruth Silverman on how her Sleep Game can bolster knowledge of sleep patterns and behaviours
Encouraging individuals to open up about continence can be life-changing for them
Guaranteed public health funding is needed for the UK to reach a zero HIV infections target
NHS England's changes to emergency care services aim to alleviate pressure on EDs and GP...
QNI's Crystal Oldman on why the community is the perfect place to start your nursing career
Working in this environment means really getting to know your patients, says Elizabeth Spence
A nursing student describes volunteering at a refugee camp and reflects on what she learned
Primary care nurses must adapt ways of working due to an increase in frail older patients
Medicines management specialist nurse Elizabeth Smyth’s advice to newly registered nurses
Frailty and dementia matron Beverley Marriott wants an integrated health and social care...