Issue : 15 June 2016
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Ted’s new role gives him more freedom to develop the ideas he believes will benefit his trust and, ultimately, his patients’ care. Still relatively new to the role, he talks us through his first few weeks.
Older people's care - everyone's business?Subscription
Imagine you’re at the start of your career as a fledgling, enthusiastic nurse exploring different areas to specialise in
‘Challenging, clever, frank, meaningful, informs, inspires - are just some words to describe this book.’
We talk to Paula Crick, dean of the College of Health and Social Care, University of Derby, who has been a nurse for 32 years.
Leading future leadersSubscription
Helping nurses to fulfil their leadership potential is one of Caroline Alexander’s goals
For the fourth year in a row, care homes across the UK are encouraging their local communities to join them for a day of celebration.
The NHS Leadership Academy is offering nurses and midwives the opportunity to carry out their annual revalidation through their Edward Jenner Programme.
'Brexit is no quick fix for the NHS’s problems'Subscription
It’s less than two weeks until the UK decides whether to stay in the EU.
Six student nurses from across Scotland, hundreds of hours of placement experience in a diverse range of healthcare settings and three years of university lectures on nursing. But what did we know about how to care for someone with a learning disability?
The shortlist for the 2016 Patient Safety Awards has been revealed.