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The importance of the “little” things in nursing, such as kindness and compassion, are often talked about but without the recognition that these are far from “little” things.
Diabetes UK’s Professional Conference starts today in Liverpool.Barbara Young, Chief Executive of Diabetes UK, tells Nursing Times why the charity’s foot campaign is still a priority.
For the Department of Health’s Week of Action we explore a partnership between an immunisation manager and an immunisation nurse from a nurse-led advice service
For the Department of Health’s Week of Action we explore VACCSline, a nurse-led vaccination advice service in the Thames Valley
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This evening, nurses from across the UK will gather in London for this magazine’s annual awards ceremony.
I first thought about becoming a nurse when a close family member fell ill and I realised that I got a lot of satisfaction from looking after them.
We will be working to commission training for students and nurses to strengthen health protection knowledge and skills, says Viv Bennett
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We launched this campaign back in March in the wake of Francis and what he’d found out about the culture of the NHS through his deep dive into what went on at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust.
We all love a listing. Many a weekend away now starts with a click on TripAdvisor to pick the hottest hotels and the coolest cafes.
We talk to Jane Manns, advancing practice nurse at St Christopher’s Hospice in London, who has been a nurse for 27 years.