Month: June 2016

In the spotlight: Occupational Health Nursing

By Jacey Roberts on 29/06/16
Tagged in nursing

We think occupational health nursing is a specialism worth exploring. It offers interesting and varied work and a completely different experience to working in a traditional acute hospital setting. There is also a plethora of shifts available across the country, with an increase in demand from employers across the country.

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Six tips for travelling with a disability

By Hayley Fisher on 10/06/16
Tagged in nursing

The travel industry has increased their focus on these services by providing better accommodation, accessible packages and offering more support in recent years. Travellers are taking to chat rooms and forums where information for disabled travellers has exploded, many sharing experiences to help others.

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Six signs to help you spot dementia

By Hayley Fisher on 02/06/16
Tagged in nursing

The most misleading fact about dementia is that it’s a disease. It’s not. Rather, it’s a collection of symptoms that can be caused by various diseases. Dementia symptoms include impairments in thinking, talking, and memory and can sometimes be hard to spot as they tend to develop over a period of time. Here’s our guide on what to watch for.

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