Issue : 1 February 2011
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Peanut reaction 'more common in boys'Subscription
Peanut allergies are more common among boys from wealthy backgrounds than those who live in poverty, researchers have claimed.
Universal flu vaccine promiseSubscription
A flu vaccine has been successfully tested on humans that could work against all strains of the illness, the guardian has reported.
Nurse 'unfairly dismissed' for jokeSubscription
A 34-year-old nurse sacked for cracking a joke while trying to restrain a patient having an epileptic fit was unfairly dismissed, the appeal court has ruled.
Trainee nurse Claire Aubrey wonders what will happen to her quality of care when she qualifies and has less time with patients
How to create a positive workplaceSubscription
Organisational culture can have a profound impact on practice, says Jonathan Webster
They did it, they won! And now they want to inspire you to do the same …
Running out of steamSubscription
On my first student placement, I was sent to fetch a bowl of steam by a stern-looking charge nurse.
Chris Tye managed a successful career in nursing and management, even working in a busy A&E department - all while partially sighted
Alison Metcalfe has been appointed professor of healthcare research at the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London.
Maternity care in Wales will be increasingly delivered in homes and community settings, according to a draft strategy published last week by the Welsh Assembly.