Issue : 15 November 2011
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The first time: dealing with deadlinesSubscription
If writing essays is new to you, your first deadline might seem incredibly daunting. But that’s where we can help
You can read our webchat about Channel 4’s programme, Confessions of a Nurse again
How fiddling the figures can lead to chaos Subscription
The third article in this six-part series on the Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust Public Inquiry looks at the dangers of gaming and false accounting
'Don’t burn out before you’ve reached your goal'Subscription
Are you risking burning yourself out? Maybe it’s time to take a step back and stock of your situation
'Student nurses are good at dealing with change'Subscription
Most of us know that feeling. You’ve got a new job and you have a huge mix of emotions. Your excited, scared, ready, not ready… I’ve got that feeling now.
A tuk tuk vehicle is to take to the streets of Hammersmith and Fulham in a bid to encourage residents to kick the smoking habit.
More evidence is needed before the flu vaccination programme is extended to include children, experts have said.
Andrew Lansley has told Nursing Times’ sister journal, HSJ, the Care Quality Commission is now running a “proactive and tough” inspection regime and revealed he does not favour further reorganisation of NHS regulation.
Rhetoric and reality gap widening says RCMSubscription
There is a widening gap between the government’s rhetoric on maternity services and what actually happens on the ground, a midwifery leader has warned.
Pill 'raises prostate cancer risk'Subscription
Prostate cancer has been linked to the pill, which could prompt healthcare staff to advise their female patients to consider other forms of contraception.