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Coordinated approach essential to care after ICU and hospital discharge, new research finds

Coordinated approach essential to care after ICU and hospital discharge, new research finds

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New research published in the British Journal of General Practice has found inconsistencies in the experiences of patients once they were discharged from hospital intensive care units, impacting detrimentally on the continuity of care they received.
King's College London have launched a MOOC called 'Understanding NHS Values: Becoming a Nurse or Midwife'

King's College London have launched a MOOC called 'Understanding NHS Values: Becoming a Nurse or Midwife'

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A free online course for anyone looking to apply to become a nurse or midwife, and will help participants gain an understanding of the values and ethics of working within a healthcare environment.
Replacing professional nurses with nursing assistants linked to heightened death risk

Replacing professional nurses with nursing assistants linked to heightened death risk

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Replacing professionally qualified nurses with lower skilled nursing assistants is linked to a heightened risk of patient death, as well as other indicators of poor quality care, reveals a large European study, published online in the journal BMJ Quality & Safety.
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Nursing Taster Days & Events 2016/2017

Date
28 Nov 2016/11 Jan 2017
Location
Guy's Campus
Description
King's Nursing Taster Days provide you with a chance to visit us for a more hands-on workshop with students and academics.In small groups, you will have the opportunity to get practical experience in a clinical skills setting or take part in an interactive seminar led by one of our academics, followed by a Q&A session with some of our current students. It's a great chance to visit King's and get a feeling for what it would be like to study nursing here.Whether you have already applied or are simply interested in finding out more about our courses, why not book yourself onto one of our upcoming workshops.
Nightingale Lecture Series: 'Found in Translation' - Patricia Grocott's Inaugural Lecture

Nightingale Lecture Series: 'Found in Translation' - Patricia Grocott's Inaugural Lecture

Date
25 Jan 2017
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre (Strand Campus)
Description
Professor Grocott will discuss how patient-researcher collaboration leads to new ways of helping people with rare skin conditions. She will talk about her research, which led to the development of ground-breaking new stretchy garments for patients with the rare skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa.
Inaugural Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture with Baroness Mary Jane Watkins

Inaugural Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture with Baroness Mary Jane Watkins

Date
8 Mar 2017
Location
B5 Auditorium Franklin-Wilkins Building Waterloo Campus
Description
Baroness Watkins, a Visiting Professor at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery will deliver the Inaugural Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture titled, 'Improving Health through Nursing Education - The Continuing Potential' on 8 March 2017
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