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We talk to Dallas Pounds, who qualified as a nurse in 1989 and is now chief executive of Trinity Hospice, London.
Creative writing can enhance valuable skills, which is why Pippa Gough wants to inspire nurses to embrace the arts
Deal with differences appropriately to build relationships and improve outcomes
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‘What does personalisation look like at end of life care?’ asks Helen Sanderson
It is my job in the family to go to the supermarket and buy us food. At the end of this endeavour, the person on the till gives me dozens of bits of paper that I am expected to store away until next week so I can earn things like bonus points, a two-for-one offer on jelly and 5p off a Volkswagon Beetle.
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The big question
It has recently been announced that nurses who work for private companies, which provide care funded by the health service, will be granted access to the NHS Pension Scheme.
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June Clark pays tribute to Dora Frost, one of the most commited activists the RCN ever had.
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This week we’re watching Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day. What did you think of it?
Image of Nursing
Only the most ardent retro fan would seriously entertain a return to the days of the nursing cap.