Issue : 14 May 2014
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Nurses are natural story tellersSubscription
Over breakfast, after the night shift, we have all tried to outdo each other in describing the colour and consistency of the body fluid that has stained our shoes, but there is more to our stories.
Excellence in Nursing care study: Anna-Marie Stevens, Macmillan Nurse Consultant Palliative CareVideo
Using research from a successful project in Australia, Anna-Marie has established the new Hospital2Home service, which is improving palliative care in the community.
'Brain injuries remain largely invisible'Subscription
Without the specialist help he recieved following a traumatic brain injury, Mikey believes he would not be able to continue studying to be a nurse
Lecturer, Mark Gagan, recalls a the strict hierarchical system that existed when he trained. How things have changed!
Every mother needs a health visitor for every baby, no matter her age, occupation or income, says Polly Toynbee
Student nurse, Catherine, found healthcare professionals gave mixed reactions to her dyslexia diagnosis
Nurse researchers are to investigate whether a US initiative that provides emotional support to healthcare staff could tackle the controversial issue of compassionate care by making the NHS workforce happier.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has begun a public consultation exercise on changes to its code of conduct.
Stepping up a gear: starting second yearSubscription
Second year comes with a sudden increase in responsibility, find out how SNT student editor, Katie, managed the transition
The NHS risks losing thousands of nurses to the US if it fails to value and support existing nursing staff, the chief executive of Health Education England has warned.