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THE OZONE: Rising to the challenge of 2017
Published on: February 9, 2017 THE OZONE. Views from the frontline of health By Trishna Bharadia, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008. She is an expert patient and advocate for people with the condition. Trishna has won several... more »
THE OZONE: Rising to the challenge of 2017
THE OZONE: Don’t let specialist nursing become the target of funding cuts
Published on: February 7, 2017 THE OZONE. Views from the frontline of health By Debbie Quinn, a Queen’s Nurse with more than 10 years experience in MS nursing. She has been the MS representative on the Royal College of Nursing’s... more »
THE OZONE: Don’t let specialist nursing become the target of funding cuts
THE OZONE: Money looms large but there are opportunities aplenty
Published on: February 7, 2017 THE OZONE. Views from the frontline of health By Richard Gardner, chief executive of the British Society of Gastroenterology, where he plays a leading role in developing policy. Money looms large but there are opportunities... more »
THE OZONE: Money looms large but there are opportunities aplenty
THE OZONE: Preparing the nurses of the future
Published on: February 2, 2017 By Nicki Abel, a lecturer in MS nursing at Birmingham City University and MS specialist nurse at the city’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Nicki has published widely in her special interest of sexuality and MS and... more »
THE OZONE: Preparing the nurses of the future