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Reporting Adverse Drug Reactions

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines adverse drug reactions (ADR) as “any response to a drug which is noxious and unintended, and which occurs at doses normally used in man”. Importantly, these refer to situations when the drug is used normally and at the recommended

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You may well be asked to take blood from a PICC line or be called to see a patient because their PICC line is not working. In this article we will take you through the basics of PICC lines, why they are needed, how to

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Safeguarding History – The Basics

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NHS Pension Scheme (2015)

This article is supplementary to the webinar on the same subject, which you might find extremely useful as we were joined by Andrew, a pensions expert from Wesleyan. We also address the very important question, “Should I leave the NHS pension scheme?” What is a

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In the UK, there are different contracts for each of the different regions: Northern Ireland, Scotland, England & Wales. For England, the latest update is in 2018 & it is worth making sure you’re aware of the changes from the 2016 version. Before you start

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