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QNI announces five priorities for new government
The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) has published its ‘essential’ list of priorities for the new government to target within health and care. The five priorities aim to address the demand for more community-based care and focus on the prevention of physical decline alongside the management of long-term health conditions. This comes after the Labour Party...
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Nurses to protest outside NMC to demand ‘justice and equality’
Nurses are set to stage a protest outside the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) headquarters over serious concerns around racism, bullying and discrimination at the regulator. The support group Equality 4 Black Nurses (E4BN) will lead a ‘peaceful demonstration’ on 17 July to ‘demand immediate reforms and advocate for a fair and inclusive environment’ for...
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Smoking may be the key lifestyle factor that determines how quickly cognitive decline occurs in older adults, research suggests. Memory and fluency in older adults declined by up to 85 per cent more over a ten-year period in smokers compared to non-smokers. The study, which was undertaken by researchers at University College London (UCL), looked...
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Diet and exercise interventions before and during pregnancy could lower cardiovascular risk in children, researchers have suggested. Scientists at King’s College London (KCL) reviewed previous studies to examine the effectiveness of health interventions for unborn children and the development of heart health. Interventions such as antenatal and postnatal exercise programmes and healthy diets in obese...
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