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  • Barchester

    Nursing at Christmas

    1 December, 2015Updated: 3 March, 2016

    Christmas is an important time for staff and patients at Barchester care homes, with each playing an important part in the celebrations.

  • Educated for top-quality care

    Educated for top-quality care

    19 November, 2015

    Nottingham University Hospitals is committed to an education strategy for its nursing staff that sees them gain advanced skills and clinical expertise

  • Citycare nurses

    Building healthier communities

    9 November, 2015

    Community roles offer nurses personal and professional development, as well as a daily chance to make a real difference

  • NUH Advertorial

    The best of both worldsSubscription

    18 September, 2015

    A career close to practice and steeped in research is a rare thing for nurses, but it’s what is on offer at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

  • NUH advertorial

    Power to the people

    9 September, 2015

    If you want a say in how your organisation is run, better opportunities and a chance to improve your clinical skills, consider a career at Nottingham University Hospitals where the decisions are shared.

  • anaphylaxis management

    Anaphylaxis management: Importance of better informed prescribing

    28 August, 2015

    It is estimated that one in 1,333 members of the English population has experienced a severe allergic reaction during their lives. Anaphylaxis affects the airway, breathing, circulation or a combination of the three.

  • Helen Rooke

    Life outside the NHS

    18 August, 2015

    Helen Rooke, a qualified nurse for 18 years, shares how her nursing career has progressed since she joined the private sector

  • Katie Mansfield-Loynes

    In praise of gerontology

    22 July, 2015

    Katie Mansfield-Loynes, Barchester Healthcare’s head of clinical learning and development, feels it’s time for a revolution in the care of older people

  • Macmillan carers

    Supporting the crucial role of carers

    16 July, 2015

    Working with carers improves patient experience while cutting demands on services

  • Always ready to care Allocate software

    Always ready to care

    3 June, 2015

    The Responsive Workforce Model at Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS), backed by Allocate Software HealthRoster and SafeCare, has reduced agency spend, ensured quality and freed up nurses for hands-on care

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