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What does 'nurse-led' discharge really mean?Subscription
As part of a junior fellowship post in my trust I am conducting a project that seeks to find out what nurse-led discharge really means, but so far it has raised more questions than answers.
Nursing staff around the country may have started to see and hear a new acronym being bandied about over recent months.
’This book would definitely benefit student nurses, but I also think for newly qualified registrants, this book would be a handy guide to understand how different organisations work and where their role fits in to such a huge team.’
Student affairs editor, Alan, questions whether the nursing profession is evolving into the leadership role that the health service needs.
A united nursing voice and the support of everyone in the nursing world is urgently needed
School nursing is becoming “really difficult” and “very pressurised”, so stated a community nurse specialist during a session at a conference last month.
District nurses reduce unnecessary admissions and therefore stress on the hospital system.
If I could prescribe anything for the health service and nursing, it would be a nice big dose of honesty.
'We must unite behind a strong leadership voice'Subscription
The points I made last week about the lack of a senior voice standing up for the nursing profession seem to have created something of a storm on Twitter.