Issue : 22 June 2016
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'The problem with hyperemesis is not just the suffering – it's the battle to get treatment'Subscription
Caitlin Dean advocates on behalf of women suffering in silence with pregnancy sickness
A long time ago I wrote about our need for a giant annual nursing party.
I’ve spent the last ten weeks on an older people’s rehabilitation ward where the patients are quite unwell; they need help to wash, dress, eat and get to the toilet
Fighting to combat FGMSubscription
Joanne McEwan is truly applying her knowledge to help women affected by FGM
'Don’t ever lose your sense of humour.'Subscription
We talk to Ann Saunders, team manager of the Specialist Memory Service at Central and North West London Foundation Trust, who has been a nurse for 20 years.
'Nursing should be protected not sacrificed'Subscription
Revalidation has been declared an early success by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Wales has many things that make it stand out from other parts of the UK – and I don’t just mean its language, history and wonderful scenery.
When you look at me, what do you see?Subscription
Student Emma Parsley shares a poem about the barriers to effective communication with patients
This article examines the characteristics of the main types of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease, and investigates new theories of neurodegeneration
Training to promote dementia supportSubscription
A group of trusts and care organisations in London developed an innovative approach to improving care for patients with dementia and support for carers