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All nurses should have the skills to be able to use electronic technology to help them in their work, according to a motion passed at the Royal College of Nursing’s annual conference.
A nurse has raised nearly £4,000 for a nursing charity by running a marathon and tweeting about it every mile long the way.
Nurses help to develop heart attack phone appSubscription
Nurses in Australia have helped create a mobile phone application or “app” to teach people what to do if someone has a heart attack and raise awareness of the warning signs.
Nurses need to engage with technology and help build an evidence base on how it can help them, according to one of the profession’s leading experts on the subject.
Student nurses at the University of Manchester have become the first in the world to be trained in how to use a type of vital signs observation technology before they set foot onto the ward.
A nurse from Chesterfield is running a marathon later this month during which he plans to post messages and facts about a nursing charity on social media every mile.
Analysed: Number of 2015-16 agency pay cap breaches Subscription
The number of NHS agency shifts per week that breached new pay caps rose by more than 10,000 in the first three months after they were introduced, new data shows.
Practice nurses and advanced nurse practitioners dominate among the primary care nursing workforce, according to the first national breakdown of clinician type in surgeries in England.
Delegates at Nursing Times’ Deputies Congress 2016 showed their support this week for the “Hello, my name is…” campaign for health professionals to introduce themselves to patients.
A new website has been launched to support Scotland’s “national manual” for infection prevention and control.