Nursing and healthcare news this week: UK government reveals ‘no deal’ protection for UK nationals in the EU, new plans are unveiled to strengthen nursing leadership in PCNs, Bayer’s Vitrakvi is cleared for cancer treatment, and ‘half as many’ Brits vape as smoke.
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The government has announced 'no deal' contingency plans designed to protect healthcare access for UK nationals living in the European Union for a short time after Brexit.
The chief nurse of England Ruth May has announced new plans to strengthen nursing leadership in primary care networks and encouraged PCNs to appoint nurses as clinical directors.
New UK aid will give over 20 million women and girls access to family planning per year over the next five years, saving tens of thousands of lives.
European regulators have cleared Bayer's Vitrakvi (larotrectinib) as a treatment for solid tumours displaying an NTRK gene fusion.
The number of people vaping in the UK has reached 3.6 million - about half the number of smokers - figures from Action on Smoking and Health suggest.
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