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Put support into practiceSubscription
Debbie Brown helps practice nurses to reach their full potential
When providing care becomes a battle of willsSubscription
There are some patients who you never forget. The three years she spent working with The Roses* will always be remembered by community nurse Sue McCready.
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
Platform to strike black goldSubscription
Louise Cameron left hospital nursing to become an oilrig medic and found her dream job on the North Sea
'Nursing was something I always wanted to do'Subscription
We talk to Deborah Sturdy, visiting professor at Bucks New University and independent consultant nurse/nurse adviser for Care England. She has been a nurse for 31 years.
The care system is a vital part of the network designed to protect those most vulnerable in our society, but in many areas it is simply not doing its job.
The milk of human kindnessSubscription
Carol Stonham aims to emphasise kindness in every aspect of her nursing career
The abolition of bursaries will means that in a few years, nurses, midwives, students of radio-graphy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy in England, along with allied health professionals may be starting their careers with more than £60,000 in debt.
These are difficult times for the NHS.
Providing life experiencesSubscription
Award-winning nurse Sue Povey thinks caring should be more than just offering services