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'Want to save lives? Register as an organ donor'Subscription
At the time of writing this, there are 6642 people waiting for a transplant.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued guideline to ensure blood transfusions are used “only when necessary”.
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey has made a full recovery from ebola, according to the Royal Free London Foundation Trust, where she was being treated.
The Royal College of Nursing has launched a new project to celebrate the contribution of nursing staff to the British military, as part of remembrance Sunday commemorations yesterday.
'It's time to talk money - and take action'Subscription
Money is a funny subject to the English; we all want more of it but we seem too embarrassed to talk about it.
Revalidation has caused anxiety among some practitioners, but it can empower nurses to reflect on their practice and make positive changes to the way they work.
The importance of assessing pain in adultsSubscription
Pain is a personal experience but may be difficult to communicate. It is vital that nurses know how best to assess it to ensure the optimal treatment is given.
Yesterday was my first day on placement - and it rather went to pot.
The growth rate in NHS nurse numbers in England has halved this year compared to the last, with experts claiming the slowdown could mark a return to trusts prioritising budgets over safe staffing.
This is my final blog as Student Nursing Times adult branch editor, and before I hand over to the new editor for 2015/16 there is one final message that I would like to give to those of you currently studying nursing and those of you who are just about to start.