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On The Pulse

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  • jenni middleton

    Would you want to be cared for by a nurse like you?Subscription

    9 November, 2017 By Jenni Middleton

    Would you like to be cared for by all the nurses and doctors who work in your organisation? That was the question posed by one of our speakers yesterday at the Nursing Times Team Leaders’ Congress – breast cancer surgeon Liz O’Riordan.  

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  • eileen shepherd

    Would you be happy for a robot to wash your hair?Subscription

    1 June, 2018 By Eileen Shepherd

    Last weekend I watched the BBC programme The Big Question, which explored whether robots and artificial intelligence could do more harm than good. 

  • Will the latest ombudsman's report cause the shockwaves needed for change?Subscription

    16 May, 2016

    Just over five years ago the health service ombudsman published a report revealing the NHS was failing to meet even the most basic standards of care for older people and their families, citing examples from hospitals and GP practices across England.

  • Workforce

    Will Jeremy Hunt's nursing policies solve the workforce crisis?Subscription

    1 December, 2016 By Steve Ford

    This Wednesday saw such an explosion of nursing policy announcements that it was difficult to keep up with it all.

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  • Will Francis rise again?Subscription

    24 March, 2016

    On The Pulse is a weekly round-up of what’s happening in nursing or an analysis of a key nursing issue, written by Nursing Times staff. This week: practice and learning editor, Ann Shuttleworth

  • Why are you a nurse?Subscription

    19 August, 2016

    Pay and conditions are poor, so development is essential to retain our nurses Cutting post-registration funding will only deepen the retention crisis Nurses have an appetite for increasing their skills and knowledge

  • Whose job is it to inspire nurses?Subscription

    29 April, 2016 By Fran Entwistle

    I’m not sure I’ve heard the word “inspire” so many times in one day as I have in the last 24 hours.

  • Jenni middleton

    Who would you give a birthday honour to?Subscription

    23 June, 2017 By Jenni Middleton

    The wonderful but self-effacing Crystal Oldman, chief executive of the Queen’s Nursing Institute, deserved her CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. And I say that not because I am a QNI trustee, but because she is passionate about nursing care in the community and cares deeply about representing those nurses and their patients.

    Comments (3)
  • Jenni Middleton

    Who is going to step up to the plate?Subscription

    6 April, 2018 By Jenni Middleton

    Managing the nursing workforce often feels like plate spinning. You need to focus on attracting people coming into the profession while keeping hold of those you already have. 

  • NHS England

    Who dares knock on Mr Hunt’s door to shout out for nurses?Subscription

    17 March, 2017 By Steve Ford

    Last week I had the luxury of leaving the office twice to go to nursing-related events – once is actually unusual these days.

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