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Around 18 months ago I answered my phone to hear: “I’m sorry to bother you, but I don’t know who else to turn to”. My heart sank.
Successfully studying to be a nurse is no mean feat. Ann Shuttleworth looks at the small steps you can take to progress in leaps and bounds
‘Why was no one being held accountable?’
- Ultrasound does not save on ulcer treatment costs
- 'Nurses’ Day celebrates an incredible profession'
- 'Nurse involvement in decision making must be formalised'
- 'At its best, the NHS is simply without parallel'
Over the years I have seen the nursing profession deal with some enormous challenges, including seismic changes in nurse education, the eradication of an entire level of the profession and countless media storms – both justified and not.
We often receive calls from people with random queries or requests that we simply can’t help with.
- Nursing must not carry the can for Mid Staffs
- Six-step dementia care approach must be given a chance
- 'The LCP is only as good as the people who use it'
- Making informed choices on healthy eating
- 'Let's hope the RCN's campaign reassures the public that nursing hasn't lost its way'
- Time for the NHS to hit back against fraudulent claims?
- Maybe it's time for Cinderella to go to the ball