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  • The Nightingale Tribute Reading
      Nursing is a calling, a way of life. Nursing is a service profession that cannot be lived in isolation. Nurses rely on each other for the synergistic effect of teamwork in our efforts of care giving. It is appropriate that we honor our col[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • 9 Ways to Celebrate Nurses Week
      May 6th-12th is National Nurses Week, a time to honor and celebrate nurses for all that we do as the backbone of the healthcare industry. So, how can this week be made special? We should be celebrated with a variety of activities and recog[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • Namibia: Nurse Insists Delayed Operation Caused Kleopas Death
      One of the three nurses who were on duty when the expectant Juliana Kleopas died while undergoing an emergency caesarean operation in the Katutura State Hospital last year, told a disciplinary hearing yesterday that Kleopas and her infant[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • Personal View: Francis Inquiry: Compulsory Work As Healthcare Assistants Won’t Make...
      Why Work Experience For Nurses Won’t Improve Healthcare   An article published today on bmj.com argues that forcing nurses to undergo work experience before their studies will not improve nursing standards.   Follow[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • Study: Government Stops Study As Latest HIV Vaccine Fails In The US
      Kelly Fitzgerald Writes: A study testing the latest experimental HIV vaccine has been stopped after an independent review board found that it did not prevent HIV infection and did not decrease the amount of HIV in the blood.   T[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • Experts Chart Path To Better Nursing Profession
      SHORTAGE of manpower, inadequate infrastructure, poor remuneration, hostile work environment, and no academic backing for graduates of hospital-based programmes have been identified as the major challenges to professional development of Ni[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • Study: Your Diet Can Give You Haemorrhoids
      One health issue that is always discussed in hushed tones is haemorrhoids, also called piles.  It actually refers to a mass of inflamed veins in swollen tissue at the margin of the anus or within the rectum.   Among the Yorub[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
  • Faith in God Positively Influences Treatment for Individuals With Psychiatric Illness
      Belief in God may significantly improve the outcome of those receiving short-term treatment for psychiatric illness, according to a recent study conducted by McLean Hospital investigators.   In the study, published in the current[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Apr/2013
 
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