Opinion and book reviews
We talk to Emma Alderwick, who recently started as a unit manager at a private care home in Malvern, having previously been diabetes specialist nurse for the NHS in Gloucestershire
‘Nurses at any stage of practice could benefit from this book as it provides good evidence based data when considering tissue viability and holistic assessment.’
Join the debate online on Wednesday 16 November - World COPD Day 2011.
Over-prescribing: yes it still happens.
We talk to Debbie Hicks, nurse consultant in diabetes at NHS Enfield Community Services, who qualified in 1981, and has worked in diabetes care since 1990
Martin Bradley, chief nursing office for Northern Ireland, believes nurses and midwives should be involved in policy and commissioning
'We are now contending with the public’s unrealistic expectation of what they are entitled to'Subscription
Irene Hall reflects on her 50 years in the NHS and what has changed during that time
This week is Nutrition and Hydration Week.
Understanding Type 2 DiabetesSubscription
’This is an excellent guide for students or qualified nurses.’
'There is so much changing here all the time. And every time I’ve got itchy feet, I’ve had a promotion'Subscription
Caroline Cassels supervises more than 100 staff, oversees many departments - and finds time for direct care.