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'Nurses must hold their line on staffing issues'Subscription
The biggest issue for providers of nursing care is staffing. This was the message received loudly and clearly at last week’s Nursing Times Directors’ Congress in Brighton
Your responses to the Big Question 7 October 2015
My workplace was awarded the Best Place to Work for 2015 in the acute care category of Nursing Times’ and HSJ’s top employers list. I have been reflecting on how we achieved this and the role I played.
Returning to practice: a first-hand accountSubscription
What’s it really like to return to nursing practice after a break? Sarah Wilde explains the anxieties, frustrations and joy in coming back to the profession
Tackle bullying in your nursing teamSubscription
Confronting bullying can be challenging because bullies try to avoid accountability
Three weeks ago, RCN chief executive and general secretary Peter Carter urged nurses to speak out about their achievements.
The NHS constitution requires the NHS to provide a comprehensive service available to all irrespective of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, gender reassignment, parental status or marital or civil partnership status.
The NHS has often been accused of fire fighting rather than any strategic long term planning. Successful organisations in other sectors, for example Apple, have learnt to change fast and adapt quickly according to their clients’ behaviours.
The big question: is there a problem with multidisciplinary working relationships in the health service?Subscription
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Health Education England has launched a new system of checks designed to test the values of applicants to nursing courses, and potentially qualified staff applying for new posts.