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Ensure your meetings are a good use of time, not a waste of it.
#NurChat - Promoting choiceSubscription
Did you miss the latest #NurChat discussing empowering patients through the promotion of choice? Let us sum it up for you…
People are more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes as they age.
Allison Baxter and her team brought in picture menus to help people with cognitive and physical problems choose the food they wanted.
We talk to Michele Allott, deputy director of nursing and patient safety at Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust, who has been a nurse for 28 years.
More than 20 organisations, including the Royal College of Nursing, recently signed a statement seeking to rectify misconceptions and inaccurate information about the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients.
How to draw up SMART objectives that will workSubscription
SMART principles don’t work in all cases. Here’s what to do.
'These women need help now'Subscription
It was a television show that drove Angela Gorman to get vital medication to expectant mothers in Africa.
We talk to Adam Morris, matron for Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, who has been a nurse for nine years.
Is dementia nursing undervalued?Subscription
When someone with dementia is sat in a hospital bed needing feeding and changing, crying out or being aggressive, many adults recoil at seeing their contemporary in this situation and pity the nurse charged with caring for them. Put a toddler in that bed, needing similar care but not as a result of having dementia, and the nurse is seen as someone who is there to nurture and protect.