Issue : 13 December 2011
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How do I become ... a prison staff nurse?Subscription
We talk to Juliet Dube about what makes her job so worthwhile
Few things impress potential employers more than knowing your subject inside out. But how can you polish your nursing know-how ready for interview?
2011: a difficult year for nursing?Subscription
Newspaper headlines are rarely positive but it seems 2011 has been dominated by stories on poor care, especially that of older patients, which will have been a difficult read for most nurses.
A quarter of all severe asthma attacks may be prevented if patients stuck to their medication regime as prescribed, according to a US study.
Organ donation rates could increase if more families were encouraged to give their consent, according to UK researchers.
The unofficial awards ceremony for 2011Subscription
Nursing Times thought it appropriate (and fun) to dish out a few unofficial gongs to those that have had a major impact in or on nursing this year.
Everyone loves a list at Christmas and here’s ours: the top 10 most read stories of 2011.
Crowded emergency departments lead to less timely and effective use of pain medication for children, a US study has shown.
Did you miss the latest #NurChat twitter debate about nursing role models? Let us sum it up for you …
Public sector workers facing pay cuts are becoming disillusioned and are prepared to sacrifice their pension for a job in a private firm, according to new research.