Issue : 20 July 2016
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Mental health nursing is a fascinating and rewarding career path, explains nurse manager Shannon Graham
'If you find yourself running behind, don’t get flustered – prioritise and delegate non-essential jobs 'Subscription
We talk to Carly Ringrose, a research nurse at the Southampton Cancer Research UK Centre, who has been a nurse for eight years and is working on early phase trials for new lymphoma treatments.
'Nursing needs to be more agile and responsive'Subscription
Susan Hamer says nurses are being ‘sent into war with wooden bayonets’, but new technology could see them advance
To recap, we will no longer be in the EU and although we don’t really know what that means, we can’t stop talking about it.
‘Should I tell my mentor I’m gay?’Subscription
Can you advise this student nurse?
Taming the FloodSubscription
’Although asked to review by a nursing journal this is of interest to a great many people living in flood threatened areas’
The future of the professionsSubscription
’I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to consider the place and roles of professions as we hurtle into the digital age.’
’ If you do read it, you will find that you will think differently about much of what you currently do.’
Patients with congenital bleeding disorders are at risk of bleeding following surgery and require specialist care
Implementing a smoke-free hospital site policySubscription
Turning an entire hospital site into a smoke-free environment sounds like a daunting project but good communication and careful preparation can lead to success