Issue : 26 February 2013
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'Managing your own budget can be scary'Subscription
Get those pennies stretching further with our advice on how to save at university.
As cases of dementia rise, talk of new measures to support those living with it increases.
Words are so precious and the most precious for me were those my Dad spoke in the last week of his life.
The number of nurses working for the NHS is likely to fall by 12,000 by 2015, research has indicated.
Poll suggests public 'know nurses work hard'Subscription
Most people acknowledge that nurses are caring and hard working in the face of challenging conditions, research has shown.
Bid to tackle gonorrhoea launchedSubscription
Cases of “untreatable gonorrhoea” has soared 25% in a year as experts warn the disease is becoming more resistant to treatment.
Coach your team to successSubscription
The workplace may seem different to the sports arena but there are similarities
NHS staff are being encouraged to make a pledge to make an improvement NHS Change Day, taking place on 13 March 2013.
How would I fix the NHS?Subscription
Steps that all health professionals can take in order to improve the care we offer to patients
Why are these failings happening?Subscription
The reasons behind poor care are multi-faceted; however changes in the NHS and wider society may go some way to explaining the negative experiences of some patients