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“I was on duty the night the camp was invaded. We had two duties to perform - prepare for a mass casualty and be mindful of security and defense of the hospital.
When Andy Dennis began his career as an RAF medic, he laid the foundations for a life caring for people in the harshest of conditions.
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Seldom out of the headlines lately, the accident and emergency pressures debate is no doubt set for many more outings in the run up to the election.
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We talk to Pamela Shaw, a practice educator/health visitor, who qualified as a nurse in 1991 before embarking on a career in midwifery.
The recent changes at Public Health England and the Department of Health could be an opportunity for nursing to strengthen its voice.
It is suggested that depression is common in student nurses. As potential professionals who will be responsible for caring for people with depression, it is a condition we should all be well aware of.
The nature of weekends have changed over the years. Fifty years ago pretty much everything stopped on a Sunday. If you went into the centre of a town it would be eerily quiet – unlike today.
‘From a student nurses perspective this book would be beneficial to any student nurse regardless of their field of practice.’
Managers can find themselves being bullied by members of their own team