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BACKGROUND There is evidence to suggest that changes in weather and airborne fungal spore and pollen counts may affect asthma symptoms. METHODS The relationship between climate, airborne fungal… (More)
INTRODUCTION Cancer-related mortality rates are higher in rural areas compared with urban regions. Whether there are corresponding geographical variations in radiotherapy utilisation rates (RURs) is… (More)
THE NURSE of the future could spend much of the day in an office, answering questions e-mailed by patients from their home computers.
DIABETES NURSE specialists were last week urged to stop trying to make their patients comply with treatment regimes.
A PLAN to revamp primary care so that nurses spend some of their time in acute settings will create more specialist and advanced nursing posts and could mean nurses take on doctors' roles.
Nursing shortages are worsening according to the government's own figures, the Royal College of Nursing claims in new evidence to the pay Review Body published this week.
HEALTH SECRETARY Alan Milburn has again refused to offer nurses a guaranteed seat on the 30 new health authorities that will monitor the delivery of the government's NHS policies.