Issue : 24 June 2015
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Congratulations to all the organisations that have been shortlisted for the Patient Safety Awards 2015
How to respond to bullying behaviourSubscription
Coaching a team member to avoid ineffective responses
Independent Mental Health Advocates aren't a threatVideoSubscription
A project involving SCIE and UCLan aims to dispel some of the anxieties that clinical staff can have around advocacy
'Those affected by mesothelioma deserve far better than what they’ve had over the past 20 years'Subscription
Mesothelioma care has come a long way in the past 20 years, explains specialist nurse Leah Taylor
‘Sensible advice’ for tackling pelvic girdle pain Subscription
New information has been published for patients with pelvic girdle pain, which is designed to improve their quality of life through early diagnosis and treatment.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has opened a book of condolence for Lorna Carty, a nurse who died in the terrorist attack in Tunisia on Friday.
Dementia patients in Plymouth hospital ward are being cheered by old photographs, thanks to the initiative of a healthcare assistant.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has improved its performance overall, but is still missing targets requiring it to maintain an accurate register and ensure registrants are continually fit to practise.
An online survey of nurses was carried out to find out more about awareness and knowledge of iron deficiency anaemia
Members of the Royal College of Nursing were divided today over whether they should take future strike action over issues such as wage increases, improved working conditions and to resist attacks on unsocial hours pay, following a wide-ranging debate.