Daily Archives: August 10, 2017

Expo spotlights nursing for the future

Professor Jane Cummings has said this year’s Health and Care Innovation Expo will highlight how nursing leadership can transform care of the future. Writing in a blog today, the Chief Nursing Officer for England explains how “nursing, midwifery and care … Continue reading

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Hundreds more people surviving heart failure, independent study finds

Improvements in patient care mean hundreds more people are surviving heart failure, a new independent study has found. A report published today has found that the mortality rate for people admitted to hospital with heart failure has dropped from 9.6 … Continue reading

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The key to stopping HIV could someday be a vaginal ring or a needle in the arm

Ziyanda Kamte says she knew her husband was cheating on her. Listen to the Story. PRI.org And she knew a lot about the HIV epidemic — her aunt died of AIDS-related tuberculosis. So, when her husband demanded sex, Kamte demanded that … Continue reading

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The key to stopping HIV could someday be a vaginal ring or a needle in the arm

Ziyanda Kamte says she knew her husband was cheating on her. Listen to the Story. PRI.org And she knew a lot about the HIV epidemic — her aunt died of AIDS-related tuberculosis. So, when her husband demanded sex, Kamte demanded that … Continue reading

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