This week's Nursing Times
Blood transfusion carries potentially serious hazards. Nurses have an important role in ensuring safe administration and in maintaining records to provide an audit trail
Changes to healthcare organisations may mean student placements are unavailable or unsuitable. A new allocation model is enabling a more student-focused approach
Achieving the recommended compression rate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation can be difficult, but music can help to improve skills in the short term
In the news this week...
More needs to be done to help poor women through pregnancy, experts have said after new research found that they have a worse experience than better-off mothers-to-be.
Britain’s first national network for clinical nurse educators is to be launched in October.
A nurse is in “fine fettle” after successfully cycling the length of Britain to raise funds for a community nursing charity.
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Education on the care and prevention of non-healing wounds is vital for patients as well as nurses, says Carol Hedger
We talk to Janice Stevens, managing director of Health Education West Midlands, who started her nurse training in 1977.
We talk to Bernie Carter, professor of children’s nursing at the University of Central Lancashire and Alder Hey Children’s Foundation Trust, and clinical professor at the University of Tasmania, who has been a nurse for 37 years.