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Issue : 11 January 2011

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  • older people

    Senior nurses to be asked how they are improving dementia careSubscription

    News12 January, 2011

    England’s top nurses are to be asked to explain what they are doing to improve hospital dementia care in their regions.

  • nursing times 11 jan.JPG

    New Nursing Times unveiledSubscription

    News11 January, 2011

    Browse the new-look Nursing Times, packed with practical advice and inspiring stories

  • nurses with a patient

    Time with patients cuts costsSubscription

    News11 January, 2011

    Ward managers and other senior nurses should give greater priority to improving patients’ experience in hospital, as it can help save money as well as improve quality, according to the NHS Confederation.

  • Jenni Middleton

    'Top honours prove nurses drive change'Subscription

    Opinion11 January, 2011

    Happy New Year. I feel slightly anxious about uttering those words when 2011 is set to usher in such a massive raft of changes in the NHS. But I’m still confident about your ability as a profession to navigate your way through this new NHS roadmap.

  • a meeting

    From the top: a guide to being an effective nurse leaderSubscription

    Opinion11 January, 2011

    In the first of our regular section coaching nurses in management skills, we look at what it takes to be a leader.

  • Viv Bennett

    'You have to invest in yourself. You cannot expect it to be handed to you'Subscription

    Opinion11 January, 2011

    Nurses should make the most of changes ahead, says Viv Bennett. Charlotte Santry meets the proud nurse tipped to be England’s chief nursing officer

  • Nursing Times columnist Mark Radcliffe

    'It’s not cheesy or crackers to celebrate public services'Subscription

    Opinion11 January, 2011

    Enough with the cheese. I have put on about 5lbs over the festive period and most of that is Brie and Stilton. Yes, there is some chocolate and mulled wine in there too but, in the main, it was cheese that did the damage.

  • Mandie Sunderland

    'Laugh a lot as it can be bloody hard work'Subscription

    Opinion11 January, 2011

    We quiz the chief nurse at Heart of England Foundation Trust, Mandie Sunderland, who has been nursing for 25 years.

  • Majority of nurses against increment freeze deal

    Nurse fury over jobs offerSubscription

    News11 January, 2011

    The overwhelming majority of nurses wants unions to reject a freeze on pay increments in return for a guarantee of no compulsory redundancies, a Nursing Times survey has found.

  • Dave Dawes

    RCN in hearing over members being ousted without warningSubscription

    News11 January, 2011

    The trade unions’ watchdog is investigating a complaint against the Royal College of Nursing following claims a council member was unfairly bared from standing as deputy president due to a database error.

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