Issue : 23 April 2014
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Having had a glimpse of the world of practice nursing, SNT Student Editor Louise, is keen to find out more
This edited cut of Macmillan’s award winning film helps people looking after someone with cancer identify themselves as a carer and access the support that’s available.
To complement the treatment and care you provide, the Macmillan Support Line team offers a wide range of information and support for people with cancer – as well as for families, carers and colleagues who may be affected by their diagnosis.
Each year more than 100,000 people of working age are diagnosed with cancer. This can have a huge impact on their working lives. It can also affect carers, colleagues and managers.
Speak Out Safely is an important campaign if we are to develop cultures that are honest and transparent, says Helen Lockett
Millions of pounds could be invested in the training and development of lower paid NHS staff to help them progress into nursing and other professional roles.
Care Quality Commission inspectors have found “no evidence” to support widely reported allegations of unsafe care made by a group of midwives at Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust, according to a report published last week.
‘I hate the idea of restraining patients’Subscription
Do you have any advice for this student nurse?
Nottingham nursing director to retire in autumnSubscription
A well-respected nursing director from one of the country’s largest acute providers has announced that she is to retire later this year.