News and practice for nurse educators
Changes to healthcare organisations may mean student placements are unavailable or unsuitable. A new allocation model is enabling a more student-focused approach
Achieving the recommended compression rate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation can be difficult, but music can help to improve skills in the short term
Choosing the right recruits to education programmes, and providing appropriate educational content, will foster compassion among nursing students
Higher education institutions must recruit nursing students with the right values. One university is using multiple mini-interviews to assess compassion and empathy
A preceptorship group programme has helped newly qualified nurses recruited to work in a mental health trust to develop their skills and confidence
Details of a new system of checks designed to test the values of applicants to nursing courses, and potentially qualified staff applying for new posts, have been launched, Nursing Times can reveal.
Trainee nurses are learning how the NHS goes about meeting the spiritual needs of patients thanks to a new teaching package.
District nurse leaders are calling on the main political parties to promise urgent investment in community services, including more staff and better training.
A leading academic who specialises in the mental health of expectant mums and dads has been appointed to a prestigious research role.
A major campaign is due to be launched today to encourage former nurses to rejoin the profession in order to alleviate the current shortage of staff in the NHS.
Across the country a new campaign, Come Back, has been launched to support nurses in returning to practice. What makes this special is that it differs from previous campaigns on a number of levels.
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