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Broadly cross-reactive monoclonal antibodies define epitopes for vaccine development against HIV and other highly mutable viruses. Crystal structures are available for several such antibody-epitope complexes, but methods are needed to translate that structural information into immunogens that re-elicit similar antibodies. We describe a general computational… (More)
Combat exposure among military personnel results in increased risk of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depression, substance use, and related health risks. PTSD symptoms require innovative approaches to promote effective coping postdeployment. PTSD's nature and scope requires an approach capable of integrating multiple health risks while reaching… (More)
NHS TRUSTS in Northern Ireland are fighting to stop home-grown nurses being lured to England by golden hellos and promises of free flights and accommodation.
DEALING WITH the devil is going to be all in a day's work for Christine Watson, the new RCN president.
THE NATIONAL Institute for Clinical Excellence, launched earlier this month, promises to minimise variations in the quality of care across the country.
P245 Complementary and Integrative Medicine in nursing homes – effects on caregivers in a prospective, exploratory, comparative, two-armed cohort study Miriam Ortiz, Katharina Schnabel, Michael Teut, Gabriele Rotter, Sylvia Binting, Margit Cree, Fabian Lotz, Ralf Suhr, Benno Brinkhaus Institute for Social Medicine, Epidemiology and Health Economics, Charité… (More)
Nurses in Brighton had a good look at the solar eclipse last week - rather like their counterparts in 1927 (inset). Eye services are returning to normal now following the eclipse. Heavy cloud cover in the south west last week helped to prevent any reported cases of permanent eye damage at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, but Moorfields Eye Hospital… (More)