Issue : 27 November 2013
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The compassionate work of a music and arts practitioner at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been rewarded by winning December’s 6Cs Live! Story of the Month competition.
Rarely signposted but positioned at the heart of most organisations, the operating theatre can be a daunting place for student nurses.
Let’s all work together to move towards a more open, transparent NHS, says Dean Royles
Chloe knew that at some point during her Year to Care, she would need to confront her feelings about death
"I want to be a nurse, but I'm terrified of giving injections. How can I overcome my fear?"Subscription
Do you have any advice for this student nurse?
Cholesterol linked to breast cancer riskSubscription
A by-product of cholesterol fuels the growth and spread of breast cancer, research has shown.
Urine test may reveal bladder cancer aggression Subscription
A simple urine test may be able to distinguish between aggressive and low-grade bladder cancers, allowing doctors to tailor personalised treatments, say scientists.
Around a third of two and three-year-olds have had the seasonal flu vaccine, figures show.
A procedure to help heal open abdominal wounds has been given the all clear by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) following an investigation into safety concerns.
King’s nurses organise centenary art auctionSubscription
Local and world-renowned artists, as well as staff and patients, have all submitted work for a special one-off auction to raise money for King’s College Hospital Foundation Trust.