Issue : 16 November 2016
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‘Do other student nurses ever feel bullied?’Subscription
Can you advise this student nurse?
After 17 years in a secure mental health facility, Kin’s message to mental health staff serves as a powerful reminder that you should not underestimate your ability to change the lives of those you care for
Becoming a learner in the workplaceSubscription
’Students from the various healthcare professions should find this book of interest and it will certainly provoke self-reflection and a need to research further information.
A disciplinary hearing in which a nurse has been accused of misconduct after the temperature of Pauline Cafferkey was wrongly recorded shortly before she was diagnosed with ebola has revealed a volunteer doctor will also go before a tribunal in a related case next year.
Campaigners in Manchester have launched a petition calling on commissioners and providers to reverse a decision to scrap the city’s long-running family nurse partnership (FNP).
After initially retiring from nursing, Maureen was surprised to find that working in a care home reenergised her passion for the profession
Children’s consultant nurse wins top Welsh RCN award Subscription
A pioneer in the field of children’s health has been named the 2016 “nurse of the year” for Wales by the Royal College of Nursing.
Heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes may combine in patients to worsen thinking skills, according to UK researchers.
Schools and childcare providers are being told that children with conjunctivitis do not need to see a practice nurse or a GP, as part of a bid to reduce unnecessary primary care appointments.
Diluting nursing skill mix in hospitals is “not in the public interest”, say researchers who found replacing qualified nurses with nursing assistants was linked to an increased risk of patients dying.