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    CNWL secures further significant investment in its world class care in the community

    2 February, 2017

    Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust has secured a significant investment in its district nursing service for the Camden area, from the Camden Clinical Commission Group.

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    Optimising wound management: Suggestions from the expertsVideo

    23 January, 2017 By Claire Read

    Smith and Nephew roundtable: 25 October 2016

  • Barchester

    Supporting people with mental health conditions

    20 January, 2017

    Barchester Healthcare offers individualised support for people who are living with a wide range of long-term mental health conditions

  • pulse community healthcare

    Caring in a different space

    9 January, 2017

    If you’re looking for an exciting new nursing opportunity, Pulse Community Healthcare has a range of community nursing roles across the UK – complete with your own clinical caseload, plenty of responsibility and the benefit of managing your own diary. We spoke to Natasha Johnson, a community nurse in Leeds, about her experience of the role.

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    Variety and opportunities for new recruits

    28 November, 2016

    If you want to learn on the job, develop new skills and get a broad and varied understanding of nursing, BMI Healthcare could be a good place to start or continue your career

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    Wound management: Why good healing is good business

    22 November, 2016 By Claire Read

    Wound infections can dramatically lengthen treatment times and cost the NHS large sums of money, which is why funding for preventative measures is so important, writes Claire Read

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    Navigating teenage years with a congenital disorder

    26 October, 2016 By Claire Read

    When Jenica Leah’s classmates asked her what she’d been up to over the summer holidays, they received an unexpected response.

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    A safe and financially sound NHS

    7 October, 2016

    A roundtable by HSJ and Nursing Times during the Patient Safety Congress this summer focused on how to reduce the high toll on health and finances caused by complications in post-operative care. Report by Charlotte Santry

  • Kay Wandless, David Crosby and Minija Joseph

    The heart of the hospitalVideo

    8 July, 2016

    Variations in care quality occurs across the health system, especially in hospital theatres. Nursing Times gathered a group of theatre nurses, and those interested in improving surgical care and reducing waste, to meet financial savings and improve quality

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    Stepping down to achieve good asthma control: an important role for nursesVideo

    5 July, 2016

    Asthma is a heavy burden on the UK and is often overlooked. There are now 5.4 million people currently receiving treatment for the condition which equates to around one in every 11 children and one in 12 adults.

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