Issue : 13 March 2012
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10 ways to effectively manage your time on the ward Subscription
As a newbie nurse, work on the ward is bound to feel a bit overwhelming but you can use these simple time management skills to de-stress and get more done …
NMC chair quitsSubscription
The chair of the Nursing and Midwifery Council is to stand down in what will be the third high profile resignation from the troubled regulator since December.
It has been a real journey through my mental health nursing course, but what an experience.
An agency nurse who was caught on film switching off the ventilator in the home of a man needing round-the-clock care, and then attempting to switch it back on, has been struck off.
Next week: We’re watching House on Sky 1, Thursdays at 10pm.
Neurological care 'hit by lack of leadership'Subscription
A lack of leadership has hampered the health service’s plans to improve the care services on offer to people with neurological illnesses, according to a group of MPs, who want a neurology tsar to be appointed.
Pioneering pill to treat MSSubscription
At least 3,000 people in the UK with multiple sclerosis (MS) could benefit from the world’s first pill for the condition, it was announced today.
Approval for personalised skin cancer pillSubscription
A “personalised” pill for advanced skin cancer that can extend life has been approved for use in the UK.
7,000 more women may have faulty PIP implantsSubscription
Around 7,000 more women in the UK have received potentially faulty PIP breast implants than previously thought, the government has announced.
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