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We have completed the first stage of a two-stage genome wide screen designed to identify chromosomal regions that may harbour susceptibility genes for bipolar affective disorder. The first stage… (More)
BACKGROUND As part of a collaborative linkage study, the authors obtained clinical and demographic data on 160 families in which more than one sibling was affected with a bipolar illness. The aim of… (More)
The Family Nurse Partnership programme, which supports first-time mothers aged 19 or under with home visits, has been rolled out to more than 130 local authority areas over the past seven years – and… (More)
Nursing leaders have reacted with dismay to the decision by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence to shelve work on safe staffing guidance.
A report criticising care home staff who call residents ‘darling’ and ‘sweetie’ has opened up a debate about the language nurses should use. The report was published earlier this month by Care… (More)
Joan Pons Laplana's nursing career has not been linear, which perhaps befits a man who believes in 'horizontal power' and challenges hierarchy.