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Jenni Middleton, editor
'Nursing directors have a tough but crucial job'
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A new nursing associate role that bridges the gap between healthcare assistants and registered nurses has been confirmed, after the consultation findings were published today.
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The recent Health Service Ombudsman’s report into unsafe discharge from hospital demonstrates some serious failings into discharge planning from hospital for older patients
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Visit the revalidation zone
Barts Health NHS Trust enters into partnership with Nursing Times to support its 5,000 nurses through revalidation
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I doubt many jobs in nursing can be called easy but there has probably never been a more difficult time to be a director of nursing.
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Did you miss today’s webchat? You can read it again here. What do you think are the qualities of an effective nurse leader?
Today’s webchat with Jenni Middleton, Editor of Nursing Times focused on nurse leadership.
19 May 2016Steve Ford
Looking after nursing staff is the key to reducing turnover, rather than pay, according to a nurse expert on healthcare regulation.
13 April 2016Steve Ford
A community practitioner from Argyle in Scotland has been named the “universal health visitor of the year” at an awards ceremony.
24 March 2016Jenni Middleton
Experienced nurse leader Janice Stevens will take over as an interim chief nurse at a struggling acute provider in the West Midlands, Nursing Times can reveal.
29 April 2016Will Hazell
The leadership of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has shown “little evidence” of being proactive in identifying and addressing risks to patients, according to the Care Quality Commission.
Anonymous25 April, 2012 1:05 pm
I suppose vision, a good role model using the NMC code of conduct.
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David Francis Seelig26 April, 2012 7:21 pm
I agree and really putting the Code into practice.
Warmth, firmness (when necessary), empathy, compassion and outstanding communication skills need to be shown to the staff as much as to the patients.
Anonymous27 April, 2012 4:42 pm
It all comes down to effective communication, no use having a vision or a plan if you cannot convey that to your colleagues.
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