Category list : Compassion
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Scotland’s chief nursing officer has told Nursing Times she stands by a controversial blog post in which she highlighted instances of unprofessional behaviour by nurses.
Compassionate elements of nursing should be considered “in tandem” with the technical aspects of the role to ensure a good relationship with patients, according to new research.
A message of thanks for the Chief Nursing Officer for Northern Ireland, Charlotte McArdle
New guidance on end of life care calls for an individualised approach, with hydration maintained where possible, in order to avoid the mistakes of the Liverpool Care Pathway.
'Intelligence and bravery wins awards'Subscription
The media and the public seem to need telling constantly that nursing isn’t what they think it is.
Making visible the unseen elements of nursingSubscription
Much of the work nurses do is unseen. Recognition of this work would help shape education and practice, and ensure society has an accurate view of the profession.
Safe staffing levels are vital to high-quality care so a community nursing service developed a tool to align anticipated patients’ care needs and staff availability.
The vast majority of the public think nurses are under-appreciated for the work they do, with nearly 60% ranking the profession as the most under-valued in Britain, according to a new poll.
How do nurses experience reflective practice?Subscription
A research project explored frontline mental health nurses’ experiences of reflective practice, leading to recommendations on how it can be fostered.
The “6Cs” nursing values will remain at the heart of a new nursing strategy for England and there will be a strong community focus to forthcoming guidance on staffing, the chief nursing officer has said.