Issue : 23 August 2011
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Why are nurses paying for bankers' mistakes? Subscription
Unite’s Barrie Brown on why it’s so unfair to attack nurses’ pensions
'We will be vigorously defending fair pensions'Subscription
The RCN’s Janet Davies urges the government to get back to the table to discuss pensions
Senior lecturer Bill Whitehead questions why regulators have been given different advice on blowing the whistle on poor care
Unison’s Christina McAnea on why nurses still need to speak out against the health bill
The board of the body representing substance misuse nurses has resigned en masse after issuing a warning that government policy and financial constraints were leading to “uncertainty” in the jobs of its members.
A new skin cancer drug said to be able to prolong the lives of patients who have the deadly disease is a step closer to being made widely available, it has been revealed.
RM+RM=better midwifery careSubscription
What do we know about the associations between registered midwife staffing levels and better care for women?
Balance training in rheumatoid arthritisSubscription
It is not clear how effective and safe balance training is for people with rheumatoid arthritis. This review looked at the latest evidence
Empowering the community and the general public is the most effective way to reduce cancer mortality, and improve health and wellbeing.
Health benefits of outdoor therapiesSubscription
Encouraging individuals to enjoy the outdoors and get back to nature could be an alternative way of preventing disease while, at the same time, improving wellbeing