This week's Nursing Times
Although return to practice has been underused as a strategy for recruiting nurses, many returners are highly experienced and likely to remain in practice until retirement
Patient and staff experience have a direct impact on patient outcomes and are important measurements of the quality of healthcare provision
Nurses have a vital role to play in commissioning but need support as they take on these developing responsibilities to counter competing demands on their time
Community and primary care nurses are ideally placed to support patients and carers in making lifestyle and behaviour changes to improve their health and wellbeing
Why do we need to recruit for values? The answer is simple: to ensure we recruit the right people with the right values to provide the best care possible for patients.
In the news this week...
Mental health services across the UK are under unprecedented strain, with a steep fall in nurse numbers and available beds at a time of rising demand, the Royal College of Nursing has warned.
Nurses, midwives and other NHS workers across England and Northern Ireland will tomorrow go on strike for the second time in the past two months over a pay dispute with the government.
Keep up with everything happening on picket lines across the country as nurses and midwives fight for fair pay
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Health professionals have a duty to raise concerns if they suspect wrongdoing at work.
60 seconds with...David Widdas, consultant nurse for children with complex needs at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust
We talk to David Widdas, consultant nurse for children with complex needs at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, who has been a qualified nurse for 25 years.
This book is a brilliant showcase of all the different types of scans and imaging healthcare professionals use when dealing with patients.