News and practice for nurse educators
Challenges of attending accident and emergency units with patients presenting with minor injuries caused by self-harm were overcome via a nurse-led care pathway.
An innovative approach to the self-management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is demonstrating the efficacy of online patient support.
Research highlights how community nurses can overcome some of the barriers that deter them from using telehealth to remotely monitor patients at home.
An online survey of nurses was carried out to find out more about awareness and knowledge of iron deficiency anaemia
Board games are raising staff awareness of pressure ulcer prevention and other patient safety issues as part of a wider regional education and improvement programme.
A lifelike, interactive mannequin that moves, talks and can display vital signs including breathing and heartbeat is being introduced at Derriford Hospital to improve patient safety.
Specialist nurses have until the end of this week to apply to a new bursary scheme that supports the further education of haematology and oncology nurses.
A “substantial” proportion of NHS hospital staff, around one in eight in some places, treat victims of people trafficking, with maternity services most likely to encounter them, according to a study.
Student nurses who are also mothers are dropping out of their degrees due to the “very patchy” support given by universities to help them deal with the realities of the course and placements, according to new research.
Nurses in Zambia have completed a pioneering paediatric course available to them for the first time through a partnership with UK nursing academics.
Elouise Haikney qualified in April as a children’s nurse. Student NT Editor, Chloe, finds out about her first job and discusses her transition from student to registered nurse.
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Workplace learning can be supported using various approaches but for this to be effective it is crucial that those supporting learners have the right skills