Issue : 25 February 2015
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An updated version of a nationally recognised guide to clinical nursing skills in the UK has been launched this month.
Produced by Macmillan’s Evidence Department, our Rich Pictures aim to provide you with valuable insights into the numbers, needs and experiences of specific groups of people affected by cancer.
Macmillan have partnered with OPAAL to provide Cancer, Older People and Advocacy Partnership Projects across England and Wales.
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Emma Selby found that unconventional methods resulted in unrivalled results with her patients
Mental health student nurses have been urged by leading academics and nurses to challenge conventional practice and take the lead in future research to develop new models of care and treatment.
We talk to Professor Candy McCabe, Florence Nightingale Foundation chair in clinical nursing practice research, who qualified over 30 years ago.
The families of people with mental health conditions have called upon nurses to treat them as their “allies” and to allow them to help develop future care models for the profession.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has rejected a key recommendation from the investigation into lessons learnt from the historic abuse by Jimmy Savile at NHS hospitals.
Scientists in Japan have developed an experimental nursing care robot, which is capable of tasks such as lifting a patient from a bed or providing assistance to someone who requires help standing.
Two pioneering children’s diabetes specialist nurses in Rochdale were the first in the world to use an innovative new insulin pump to help young people manage their condition.