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A national children’s charity has announced the winner of its first ever award for childhood continence care.
Nursing organisations are calling on NHS commissioners to fund more specialist nurses to help drive much needed improvements in paediatric continence care.
Latest research: continence
Assessing, treating and supporting people who have inflammatory bowel disease can be complex, but nurses can embed the 6Cs into care to ensure it is of a high quality
Inflammatory bowel disease can have a negative impact on a patient’s quality of life. Understanding the condition and its aetiology will help nurses provide optimal care
In its response to the second Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust report, the nursing profession should reflect on how it views care.
Management skills are often valued less than leadership and clinical skills, but the NHS would come to a standstill without them.
When I visited my mother in hospital on Christmas Day I felt very grateful to the staff, who were working as hard as always. My mother’s needs were as acute on that day as on any other.
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The first public toilet in Britain opened over 150 years ago – and for a long time they were a matter of considerable civic pride.
Cast your mind back to your school days. Picture the classroom: there’s a child sitting there, it could be you. The bell’s gone for break time, but you’re taking your time packing your books away.