The recently installed security and safety screening device provides a non-intrusive reliable system that can effectively detect lighters, small blades, needles and mobile phones.
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EpSMon, an app that helps people with epilepsy manage their condition, is one of six projects chosen by the NHS to celebrate digital innovation within healthcare.
A health visitor has recently celebrated 50 years of working in the NHS. Margaret Morgan, who mainly works in the St Ives area of Penwith, began her nursing training at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy. Margaret Morgan, who mainly works in the St Ives area of Penwith, began her nursing training at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy.
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CFT) has implemented a new country-wide patient care programme which originates from the United States of America.
Two Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) from Cornwall have started a national social media movement.
Leah Fisher a mum from Perranworthal has won a much coveted Pirate FM Local Hero’s Award.
Shining a spotlight on perinatal mental illness – Cornwall and Isles of Scilly support Maternal Mental Health Matters Awareness Week.
A Nurse Consultant for Cornwall’s Bladder and Bowel Specialist Service has been awarded a prestigious title from the Association for Continence Advice (ACA), who work to drive excellence in bladder and bowel care.
Building has started today, Wednesday 2 May, on Cornwall’s very first child and adolescent mental health unit.
A recent study by Public Health England has found that deaths of people with epilepsy increased by 70% between 2001 and 2014.*