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Health, social care and housing need to be higher up on the political agenda. Existing systems do not support what needs to happen on the ground to meet the changing needs of older people.
Seven years ago, as a senior nurse at Manchester Walk-in Centres, I blew the whistle on patient safety issues.
What’s in a name? Quite a bit it seems. Researchers, writing in the subtly titled journal Evidence Based Medicine, have found that choosing the right name is the key to success in online dating.
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We talk to Professor Candy McCabe, Florence Nightingale Foundation chair in clinical nursing practice research, who qualified over 30 years ago.
Emma Selby found that unconventional methods resulted in unrivalled results with her patients
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Was Peter Carter a good chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing?
Can you hear that? It’s the collective intake of breath of the healthcare world before March hits us.
'The purpose of fitness to practise is to protect the public by maintaining the integrity of the professional register'
Joint letter from the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the professional bodies/trade unions about the importance of engaging early with the fitness to practise process
We as nurses pride ourselves on our person-centred and holistic approach to caring for patients, particularly older people.