Opinion, analysis and debate
Two popular herbal supplements marketed as slimming aids may contain a potentially dangerous drug, a government medicine regulator has warned.
“Hundreds of women have become pregnant after a long-term contraceptive implant failed,” the Daily Mail has reported.
“Splitting pills could lead to patients taking the wrong doses,” according to the Daily Express.
We already have a comprehensive system of checks in place for support workers, argues Christine Braithwaite
Childcare available, my wife and I decide to go out on “a date”.
Is the doctor-nurse game still being played?Subscription
Each week we pick out a practice article and pose some topics for you to debate and pose your own questions on…What do you think?
Ministers need to put patient safety first when considering healthcare assistant regulation, says Baroness Masham
I think we need to talk about money.
Mental health: the straight and narrow?Subscription
What happens to mentally ill ex-offenders when they are released back into a community that often views them with suspicion and fear? Community psychiatric nurse Ruth White talks about keeping patients on the straight and narrow and the importance of understanding their view of reality.
The news of chief executive and registrar Dickon Weir-Hughes’ sudden exit from the Nursing and Midwifery Council couldn’t have come at a worse time for nursing.