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A lucky break

06 April 2010

Nursing Standard

General article

Patients in Leicester with minor fractures are now seen by a specialist nursing team, reducing the time patients have to wait for treatment.

Focus on patients with a family history of cancer

11 October 2012

Cancer Nursing Practice

A&S Science

The breast cancer risk assessment service (BCRAS) at Guy’s Hospital, London, provides a community-based, nurse-led service to women or men with a personal or family...

Developing a nurse-led, day-case, abdominal paracentesis service

01 June 2013

Cancer Nursing Practice

Art & science

Abdominal ascites can be a debilitating condition resulting in physical and psychological distress for patients. The authors identified that patients who required...

Community care in a hospital setting

20 July 2010

Nursing Standard


The concept of a community hospital has taken off in a new direction in Oxford. Rehabilitation is now provided within the acute hospital.

Pushing the boundaries

15 June 2010

Nursing Standard


A nurse-led cardiology unit has proved to be a success with health professionals and the community it serves.

Nurses secure joint success

30 April 2008

Nursing Standard


Patients with rheumatoid arthritis attending a Bristol hospital are benefiting from an appointment system built around their needs.

‘Our patients feel safe’

24 July 2007

Nursing Standard


At a time when many trusts are slashing their education and training budgets, at least one London hospital ward is bucking the trend.

A change of heart

08 November 2006

Nursing Standard


One Cambridge nurse has transformed the service for people needing elective cardioversion. Instead of complaints, the hospital now receives plaudits and its success...

Benefits of opportunistic cervical screening at a sexual health clinic

01 May 2015

Primary Health Care

Art & Science

The Isle of Wight Sexual Health Service (SHS) cervical screening initiative aims to reduce the risk of cervical cancer through the education and opportunistic...