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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.
'The ways we've addressed sexual behaviour have not given all communities an equal chance at sexual health'
Giving patients the space to talk about health issues will give them a better chance of health
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.
Why aren’t there many bald politicians? Or politicians in wheelchairs?
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We talk to head of commissioning in the national nursing team at NHS England, who qualified in 1988.
As the election gets closer, all the political parties have worked out that offering the prospect of an improved NHS will be a vote winner.
Many people question the value of their vote in the upcoming election. What’s the point? Will it make any difference?
Sometimes you see a headline and know an article is going to be worth the five minutes it will take to read. That’s how I felt when a member of our news team filed a story from the Unison conference: ‘Student nurses should be paid “living wage” while on placement, says union’.
‘I would recommend this book to student nurses, community and district nurses and anybody with a passion for public health nursing.’
Managers can find themselves being bullied by members of their own team