Issue : 2 April 2014
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The judges and judging processSubscription
Meet the judges and find out how they made their decisions
The College of Contemporary Health is launching a multidsiciplinary Postgraduate Certificate in Obesity Care to improve access to care and support in non-specialist settings
Does being supernumerary hold us back?Subscription
Let me start by saying, I completely understand and agree with the reasoning behind student nurses having supernumerary status.
Suggesting we haven’t money to pay healthcare workers when we’re still bailing out banks that are ripping people off is laughable.
Death by IndifferenceSubscription
Support Mencap in campaigning for better healthcare for people with learning disabilities
The first week on a new placementSubscription
Starting a new placement is probably the scariest, yet most exciting, part of the student nursing calendar
The UK health service is generally awash with a plethora of reports, policies and opinion pieces about the need to transform services.
We discussed the responsibilities given to student nurses on placement and whether they felt overwhelmed
We asked the nursing community how the use of assessment tools affected their ability to practise accurately and efficiently on the wards
American students from Loyola University in Chicago have been given a unique opportunity to experience the UK health system