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Cynthia Bower believes impovements made to stroke services must be made with the patient in mind
Nursing has changed so much in the last few years.
My father died three weeks ago.
Nursing Times blogger Clare Aubrey considers how fear of their condition affects different patients and what they do to cope
Nurses need to be at the heart of commissioning if NHS reforms are to meet patient needsSubscription
As the white paper heralds a new era for healthcare commissioning, Malcolm Thomson urges all nurses to become involved in shaping future services
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We like a buy one get one free offer, don’t we? How many times have you bought a pack of four yoghurts knowing full well that all you need is four yoghurts only to pick up another four because they are free? We reason that someone may come round unexpectedly and want a yoghurt. “Cup of tea?” we ask. “Or maybe a yoghurt?”
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The future of public health intervention will be more of a holding exercise than a pre-emptive strike if the view of some researchers at Imperial College London becomes the norm.
My little girl has learnt two valuable lessons this week. The first was discovering that oxo cubes are not chocolates. The second was concerning death.
Janelle York, lecturer and researcher in nursing, looks at using the Nintendo Wii as a form of for pulmonary rehabilitation.
Present at the first successful heart and lung transplant at Papworth Hospital 25 years ago, modern matron Celia Hyde reflects on how her career has developed with the service Download a print-friendly PDF file of this article here