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Your views and opinions on current events in nursing
Nursing is arriving on time in a clean, ironed uniform. It is embodied by symbols like badges and fob watches, scissors and torches.
Penny Hibberd helps families of those with dementia spend quality time with their relative
A career in cardiac nursing led Angela Graves to a new role supporting patients with heart failure
The NHS is facing a crisis of talent and there simply isn’t enough to go round.
The role of nurses in care homes is becoming increasingly important.
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We talk to Cathy Hughes, consultant nurse in gynaecology/oncology at Imperial College Healthcare Trust, who has been a nurse for 33 years.
The Royal College of Nursing has fired a warning shot from its congress this week in Bournemouth.
It’s been talked about for so long that nurses could be forgiven for thinking nurse revalidation would never happen. But it is happening – and it’s happening soon.
‘This book would be an ideal resource for children in primary care settings such as a hospital wards, as the children who may have immunodeficiency disorders may be able to read more about their condition.’