The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (18-22/03)
  • Posted on: 22/03/2019
  • Category: Industry

The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (18-22/03)

The Duchess of Cambridge and Game of Thrones’s Emilia Clarke get behind the Nursing Now campaign, legislation will protect Scottish residents accessing cross-border European healthcare in a no-deal Brexit, and the UK’s top gynaecologist leads an effort to revolutionise health services for women.  

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The Duchess of Cambridge and Emilia Clarke join forces for Nursing Now campaign

The Nursing Now initiative has been running for three years in collaboration with the International Council of Nurses and the World Health Organisation in order to raise the profile of nurses across the globe.

UK's top gynaecologist spearheads women's health task force

One of the UK’s top doctors is leading an effort to revolutionise health services for women, from helping them prevent unplanned pregnancies to staving off disease in old age.

Legislation will protect Scots who access healthcare in Europe – Freeman

Legislation is being introduced to protect Scottish residents who access cross-border healthcare in Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

The messy, cautionary tale of how Babylon disrupted the NHS

Babylon's London-based GP surgery is already one of the biggest in the country. But its impact on other NHS services in the area is causing concern amongst clinicians.

NHS accepting money from milk formula industry 'risks babies' health'

NHS bodies are risking babies’ health by accepting money from milk formula companies in breach of World Health Organization rules, an investigation has found.

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