Issue : 17 May 2011
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Two specialist epilepsy nurses turned their service round to ensure it centred on patients’ needs
We talk to Professor Laura Serrant-Green, director of research and enterprise at the School of Health and Wellbeing, the University of Wolverhampton, who qualified as a nurse in 1986.
Large differences in a key measure of nursing quality have been suggested by data from analysts, shared with Nursing Times and sister magazine HSJ.
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The Department of Health has said it is finalising details of a development programme for school nursing.
So much for that alternative vote business. What a resounding kicking that took, eh?
‘Nurses and midwives practising without registration are taking a significant legal risk, being on the register is key to enabling high standards of care’ says Dickon Weir-Hughes
I hope the upheavals and uncertainty in the NHS didn’t prevent you from celebrating Nurses’ Day last week - even if you only had time to give yourself a quick pat on the back.
Research shows the transition from student to newly qualified nurse is a reality shock
Further political pressure on government plans for a comprehensive transfer of NHS decision making powers to GP led consortia could help salvage the formal role of nurses in commissioning.