Opinion, analysis and debate
Practice nurses need support from their employers to find time for training and CPD, especially now with the arrival of revalidation, says Janet Smith
When her practice’s IT system goes through an upgrade, Jane Warner feels thrown in at the deep end of the pool. She pleads for more training and smoother transitions
The NHS has a large carbon footprint, emitting the equivalent of 21 million tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.
With reviews and reports throwing up questions about whether there exists a lack of compassion in healthcare, Emma Vincent asks if compassion truly is something that can be taught.
There are brilliant examples of good dementia care in the NHS, but to make that happen everywhere, nurses and other healthcare staff need to learn how to secure the support of families and friends, stresses June Andrews
A colleague flagged up a minor error to another member of staff recently. The patient was unharmed but she needed to remind him to take extra care to prevent it from happening again.
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We talk to Professor Paul Fish, director of nursing at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and visiting professor of nursing leadership at London South Bank University, who qualified as a nurse 15 years ago.
Thanks to the advanced training practice scheme in Yorkshire and Humber, many more student nurses chose to go into practice nursing, says Pete Lane
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Award winner, Care Maker and NHS Change Day campaigner Maria Davison is bringing back courage, common sense and cups of tea