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Opinion and debate

Your views and opinions on current events in nursing

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The big question: why is nursing becoming more stressful?

10-Dec-2014

More than 60% of nurses say they have suffered the side-effects of work-related stress, such as physical or mental health problems in the past year.

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What object represents nursing to you?

Winners: What object represents nursing to you?

21-Nov-2014

We asked you to send us a picture of an item that you associate with your nursing career and tell us why.

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Why I subscribe to Nursing Times - winners

18-Nov-2014

We have 20 Marks and Spencers vouchers worth £25 each to give away to Nursing Times subscribers!

Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014 shortlist

Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014 - winner announced

17-Nov-2014

Shortlist and the final winner

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International Stop the Pressure day

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What is the SSKIN care bundle?

20-Nov-2014

Watch this short video to find out how the SSKIN care bundle can help you improve the care you give and reduce the prevalence of pressure ulcers

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60 seconds with Bernadette O’Gorman, community matron and manager of paediatric palliative care team Life Force

19-Dec-2014

We talk to Bernadette O’Gorman (pictured with Joe McCallum), community matron and manager of paediatric palliative care team Life Force, at Whittington Health in north London, who has been nursing for 30 years.

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Student Survival Skills. Care Skills for Nurses

Student Survival Skills. Care Skills for Nurses

16-Dec-2014

‘I would recommend this book and also this series of books to student nurses at any point of their training.’

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'More Santa, less Scrooge – give us extra funds from a non-NHS pot'

It felt as though the lead-up to Christmas started earlier this year.

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Jeremy Hunt

Letter to Jeremy Hunt regarding health workers' pay dispute

27-Nov-2014

A paltry 1% is all you can afford for nurses, and that at the price of incremental payments. So where has all the money gone? There has been quite a lot of it, hasn’t there?

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Meet Nursing Times' Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014

Meet Nursing Times' Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014

18-Dec-2014

We asked healthcare professionals within the Twitter community to nominate who they felt deserved to be crowned “Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014”

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'Decent pay would show nurses the government values them'

18-Dec-2014

It has been another year of uncertainty and short-term fixes for the health service.

Dame Jessica Corner

'Are we right to concentrate on prospective students’ values?'

9-Dec-2014

It’s hard to argue against values-based recruitment (VBR): intuitively we all want those who recruit healthcare staff and students to look at a person’s values alongside their technical skills or ability.

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