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'Nursing is a wonderful passport to travel'Subscription
After working in war-torn Iraq, Kate Cowhig set up a recruitment firm to give other nurses opportunities to work abroad.
#LDnursechat discussed hearing impairments in the learning disabled population.
'People with learning disabilities face extreme prejudice but keep on fighting to have a valued life'Subscription
We talk to Jim Blair, consultant nurse, intellectual (learning) disabilities at St George’s Hospital London and senior lecturer in intellectual (learning) disabilities at Kingston University and St George’s University of London, who has been a nurse for approximately 20 years.
#LDnursechat - Life on budgetSubscription
#LDnursechat discussed life on budget - specifically personal budgets and personal health budgets, and how these will affect service delivery.
A small group of learning disability professionals have set up a fortnightly Twitter chat to discuss issues relevant to learning disability nursing.
Did you miss the latest #WeNurses chat discussing communication? Let us sum it up for you…
Did you miss the latest #WeNurses chat discussing making every contact count? Let us sum it up for you…
We must ensure the wrongs of Winterbourne View are righted, says Jim Blair
We live in an environment of “deficit journalism” - the focus is rarely on what is going right in the world.
We talk to Annie Norman, Royal College of Nursing UK adviser for learning disability nursing and criminal justice nursing, who has been a nurse since 1981.