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The Student Nursing Times Awards 2012Subscription
The first-ever Student Nursing Times Awards takes place today in London. Nursing Times reveals what it’s all about.
Despite school nurses’ remarkable contribution to the health of young people, we are facing a shortage of these vital practitioners - and increasing demands for their services.
Jemma Gardner uses advanced skills to work solo, flying across the frozen north.
Nurses are in a prime position to educate and raise awareness on the typical and atypical hyperglycaemic-related symptoms of type 1 diabetes.
The distressing side-effects of illnesses can be eased with complementary therapy, says Ginny McGivern
I faced a moral dilemma this week.
What type of nursing shall I study?Subscription
Which of the four disciplines are you going to go for? Adult, children’s, mental health or learning disabilities? Let us help you decide …
There is a need to look at how information on formula feeds can be made available to health professionals
Student nurse Helen Farmer encounters an emergency situation, reinforcing her need for insight into other fields of practice.
Is the nursing profession branching out too far?Subscription
From the start of my course, if I had collected one pound coin for every time I had heard the words ‘collaboration’ or ‘inter-professional’ then I would certainly not be relying on my NHS student bursary or student loan whilst at university to fund me.