Issue : 23 April 2013
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Every day on our advice line we hear from nurses facing difficulties when trying to blow the whistle.
Manchester midwives are to lead a major research project to improve midwifery services for women and babies in six East African countries.
A major London hospital has highlighted “real concerns” that it will have a “severe shortage” of nurses over the next 12 months due to a reduction in student places in the capital.
You’re on placement and your mentor asks if you want to manage your own group of patients, what do you say?
NHS Direct has abandoned plans to down-band frontline staff because it needs to retain people to run its NHS 111 service.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust has been warned to improve its staffing levels and training for nurses following an unannounced inspection.
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I have just finished a six week placement in the nursing division in the public health directorate of the department of health. Sounds impressive doesn’t it, but all I had to do to get there was ask.
The Royal College of Nursing has warned that rising pressures in A&E across the UK is leading to patients queuing on trolleys in corridors for hours.
The Royal Bournemouth Hospital is trialling a new advanced nurse practitioner role to enhance patient care, prevent re-admissions and reduce staff pressures.