Issue : 26 June 2012
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Local health visitor visits 'to be personalised'Subscription
Local health visiting teams will soon offer a more personalised service after the expansion of a programme providing support in homes and communities.
CCGs must have non-primary care nurseSubscription
Clinical commissioning groups will be required to have a nurse from outside primary care on their governing body, it has been announced.
Nurse-to-bed ratios are to be published for every hospital in England under plans to monitor quality in the reformed NHS, Nursing Times has learnt.
This week we’ll be publishing FREE tips and advice for those working as or with healthcare assistants
How different can a nursing home placement be from a ward placement?
As we kick off our week-long special on healthcare assistants, Unison’s head of nursing Gail Adams, reveals just what the challenges are for this branch of the profession
This week we celebrate and pay tribute to this vital group of healthcare workers performing essential care tasks that make patients feel comfortable, safe and well looked after.
This week, we’re watching Holby City .. what did you think of it?
Trust plans to boost ward sister roleSubscription
A hospital trust has announced it is to recruit 40 band 5 nurses in order to help enable ward sisters to devote more of their time to leadership and management roles.
RCN seeks rep views on pay changesSubscription
The Royal College of Nursing is surveying its local and regional representatives on some of the early proposals put forward by NHS Employers to alter the Agenda for Change contract.