Issue : 18 November 2015
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Numeracy and Clinical Calculations for Nurses Subscription
’The book is aimed at undergraduate students or nurses requiring a refresher of their numeracy skills, but the basic level means it is probably best suited to junior students.
Stuff I wish I’d known when I started workingSubscription
’This book is a concise, uplifting and quick read.’
“Strong legs ‘help the brain resist the effects of ageing’,’’ the Mail Online reports.
Nurses have played a fundamental role in the design of a ground-breaking new children’s hospital in Liverpool, which opened its doors to patients at the start of October.
Unusual places to find a nurse...Subscription
Three nurses working in unusual settings reveal what makes their jobs special
Physical attacks on nurses and other staff working in NHS acute services have gone up by nearly 10% in the past year, rising to more than 19,000, according to official figures.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued guideline to ensure blood transfusions are used “only when necessary”.
Companies should be creative in the way they handle complaints and make sure staff who raise concerns are celebrated, according to a leading businesswoman and writer.
A “targeted” programme of human papillomavirus vaccine for men aged under 45 who have sex with men should take place in England, according to government advisors.
'A patient safety event like no other'VideoSubscription
Steve Turner tells us about this pioneering patient safety conference that brought together patients, carers, and NHS staff to discuss patient safety in an open forum.