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The healthcare assistant proposal is expensive, will lead to an unstable workforce and it adds risks to patient care, says Trish Morris-Thompson
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Leadership might not always make the headlines but the impact of good, bad or indifferent leaders is often present in our conversations - and we all know the difference a great nurse leader makes.
60 seconds with ...
60 seconds with...Jan Quallington, head of the Institute of Health and Society, University of Worcester
We talk to Jan Quallington, head of the Institute of Health and Society, University of Worcester, who has been a nurse since 1981.
‘This book should be considered by students of nursing who are going to embark on placements within cancer wards and palliative care’
Sometimes at the weekend my wife and I will compare items of interest in the news; a battle of the headlines, if you will, to see whose news is most interesting. The unspoken aim of the game is to get the other person to engage with your chosen news item, thus abandoning their own.
Paula Smith realised early on that caring for carers is vital to boost the lives of people with dementia
Developing your emotional resilience will have a positive effect on your mental health
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The big question
In an exclusive interview with Nursing Times, chair of the Mid Staffordshire inquiry Robert Francis QC has said the nursing profession and its leaders have failed to adequately respond to the problems highlighted in his report.
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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.