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It is not always acknowledged that the levels of acuity and dependency of people being cared for at home means district and community nursing teams work 24/7.
Over 1 million people in the UK are supporting a terminally ill loved one this ChristmasSubscription
Community nurses can be the key to identifying and supporting carers of people living with a terminal illness, says Dr Emma Carduff
Last month our special inquiry into discharge processes was published, revealing that thousands of vulnerable people are at risk because of premature, delayed or unsafe discharges.
We talk to Amy Pepper, Admiral Nurse clinical lead, London Borough of Sutton, who has been a nurse for six years.
On the 20 November it is the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel’s Stop Pressure Ulcer Day 2014.
Leading health professionals have said that merging district and practice nursing teams is an almost inevitable consequence of moves to improve community health services.
The need to plan the district nurse workforce is urgently required, says Crystal Oldman
The truth is that paying nurses a decent wage is affordable, says Peter Carter
It has been announced that Sir Robert Francis QC is to lead a review of how whistleblowers are treated in the NHS.
Anne Marie Rafferty and Peter Griffiths: 'Failing to invest in the nursing workforce puts patients at risk'Subscription
We should be intolerant of inequalities in access to nursing and set national standards for education that focus on the capability of the workforce through education, say Anne Marie Rafferty and Peter Griffiths