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Issue : 11 September 2012

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  • nightingale_girls

    Win a copy of The Nightingale Girls Subscription

    News18 September, 2012

    Registered users of nursingtimes.net can win a copy of The Nightingale Girls

  • Returning to practice: registering with the NMC

    Returning to practice: registering with the NMCSubscription

    Features17 September, 2012

    To practise as a nurse in the UK, you must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

  • ARNS Bursaries: how do I get one?

    ARNS Bursaries: how do I get one?Subscription

    Features17 September, 2012

    The Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (ARNS) now provides two bursary opportunities that are open to both members and non-members of ARNS.

  • Dan Poulter

    'Dr Dan' handed government nursing briefSubscription

    News17 September, 2012

    Responsibility for nursing policy at the Department of Health has been given to a hospital doctor, following the government’s ministerial reshuffle.

  • Nurses trained to spot human trafficking

    Nurses trained to spot human traffickingSubscription

    News17 September, 2012

    Doctors and nurses are being given advice on how to spot the victims of human trafficking.

  • Fall in public satisfaction with the NHS

    Fall in public satisfaction with the NHSSubscription

    News17 September, 2012

    Satisfaction with the NHS has fallen and the proportion of people who want to see more public spending has increased for the first time in nearly a decade, a study revealed today.

  • Minister admits goverment 'screwed up' health reforms

    New minister admits government 'screwed up' health reformsSubscription

    News17 September, 2012

    A newly-promoted health minister has admitted the government “screwed up” its handling of its controversial NHS reforms.

  • Westminster Big Ben

    Pension changes reach parliamentSubscription

    News14 September, 2012

    The government has unveiled its public sector pension’s bill in Parliament, claiming it would save £65bn savings over the next 50 years.

  • Down's sufferer takes action over DNR

    Down's sufferer takes action over DNRSubscription

    News14 September, 2012

    A man with Down’s Syndrome is taking legal action against a trust after a do not resuscitate (DNR) order was put on his file without the knowledge of his next of kin.

  • High demand for healthcare workers

    High demand for healthcare workersSubscription

    News14 September, 2012

    Healthcare workers were the most sought after type of employee last month as recruitment agencies saw a rise in the placement of temporary workers - the first increase in nine months.

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