Opinion, analysis and debate
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.
We talk to Adam Morris, matron for Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, who has been a nurse for nine years.
Should a nurse always be present on a doctors’ ward round? What are your thoughts?
What do you think?
We talk to Jackie Stephen-Haynes, professor in tissue viability at Birmingham City University, and consultant nurse at Worcestershire Health and Care Trust, who has been a nurse for 31 years.
When are you most at risk of needle stick injury? What are your thoughts?
Pictures of rats plagued with large tumours were published in the Daily Mail, alongside the following headline: “Cancer row over GM foods as study says it did THIS to rats”.
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We talk to Katie Scales, consultant nurse who leads the critical care outreach service at Charing Cross Hospital, who has been nursing for 33 years.
Should herbal medicines sit alongside conventional medicines? What are your thoughts?
We talk to Jayne Brown, professor of palliative care at De Montfort University, who has been a nurse for 22 years.