Nominate the top nursing leaders
Nursing Times (NT) has opened nominations to find the country’s most inspirational nursing leaders. The individual could come from a frontline nursing role, management, research and academia.
Small changes, big differences
Nursing staff can and should be involved in the procurement of the products that they use on a daily basis.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN), NHS Supply Chain and the Clinical Procurement Specialist Network (CPSN), have joined forces to help nursing staff use their unparalleled knowledge and experience to have a say in how their trust purchases and utilises key clinical supplies.
Watch their video (above) to find out how this approach is ensuring greater levels of patient safety and saving money at Tower Hamlets PCT.
Effective teams need a shared purpose. Building teams requires a teaming strategy to ensure all members are clear about their role and the team’s purpose.
Many years ago I became involved in the care of a young man who had been readmitted to hospital.
The revised Nursing and Midwifery Council code of conduct has restored some responsibility to nurses for ensuring their patients receive good nutritional care.
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Nursing leadership and its role in ensuring high-quality care continues to take centre stage in ongoing debates, successes and challenges facing the NHS.
Janet Davies has started her new role as chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing with a pledge to make it an “even louder voice for nursing than it already is”.
Nursing can be stressful. Ensure you know how to access resources to ease anxieties