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Agency nurse controls unveiled, but price cap for hourly rates delayed

1-Sep-2015 | By ,

Price caps on the hourly rate the NHS can pay agency nurses may not take effect until December, after regulators received more than 100 responses to a consultation on the controversial plans.

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Exclusive: School nursing faces public health upheaval

3-Sep-2015 | By

School nursing services across the country face major upheaval, with councils preparing to integrate services following the full transfer of public health commissioning this autumn, an investigation by Nursing Times has found.

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'We must all be confident using evidence to shape our practice'

'We must all be confident using evidence to shape our practice' Subscription Required

31-Aug-2015

Reflecting on the term “evidence-based” can fill nurses with dread.

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Vital signs monitoring in hospitals at night Subscription Required

31-Aug-2015

A review of vital signs monitoring through the night in hospitals found compliance with schedules was generally poor, with potentially serious consequences for patients

Assessing the pulse rate in adult patients

Assessing the pulse rate in adult patients Subscription Required

31-Aug-2015

Pulse assessment is a vital component of good nursing care. Nurses must feel confident in their ability to accurately measure the pulse to assess patients’ health statuses

Setting standards for high-quality placements

Setting standards for high-quality placements Subscription Required

31-Aug-2015

Standards were developed to help give organisations offering clinical placements confidence that their placements provide high-quality realistic learning opportunities

Using hospital at home to reduce admissions

Using hospital at home to reduce admissions Subscription Required

31-Aug-2015

Two clinical commissioning groups aimed to improve the patient experience and reduce hospital admissions by devising a “hospital at home” community care service

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Reflecting on practice is useful for all staff

A new model of reflection for clinical practice Subscription Required

17-Aug-2015

Reflecting on practice and critical incidents is valuable, but complex frameworks can be hard to remember. A new model has been created to simplify the process.

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Anaphylaxis management: Importance of better informed prescribing

It is estimated that one in 1,333 members of the English population has experienced a severe allergic reaction during their lives. Anaphylaxis affects the airway, breathing, circulation or a combination of the three.

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Life outside the NHS

Helen Rooke, a qualified nurse for 18 years, shares how her nursing career has progressed since she joined the private sector

Katie Mansfield-Loynes

In praise of gerontology

Katie Mansfield-Loynes, Barchester Healthcare’s head of clinical learning and development, feels it’s time for a revolution in the care of older people

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Nurse describes being first on scene after air show crash

24-Aug-2015

A nurse working as an immediate care volunteer was first on the scene at the Shoreham air show crash, when a vintage aircraft came down on a nearby road.

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Eileen Shepherd

The patients we choose not to touch

31-Aug-2015

I recently read the novel Even the Dogs, which is a fascinating insight into the lives of homeless and vulnerable people.

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'Are NICE's new guidelines on type 2 diabetes truly patient centred?'

'Are NICE's new guidelines on type 2 diabetes truly patient centred?'

Due to be published in August, the latest NICE guidelines for the management of type 2 diabetes have been available for consultation since January.

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