Issue : 29 April 2015
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The recent changes at Public Health England and the Department of Health could be an opportunity for nursing to strengthen its voice.
We’ve all been there: experienced one particularly gruelling shift with one particularly testing patient. But this time, Emily turned it into a learning experience
Senior nursing figures have raised questions about the status of the profession during the uncertain political period likely to follow the general election.
The Welsh Government has announced that it is to invest a further £20m to reduce pressure on hospitals by supporting patients in their own homes and local communities.
Nurses are continuing to miss out on mandatory training because of staffing shortages, a large survey by the Royal College of Nursing has indicated.
Women have a more difficult time recovering from concussion than men, suggest researchers.
In the run up to the election, we asked our readers which party they will be voting for on May 7
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The Queen’s Nursing Institute is encouraging nurses working in general practice to complete a survey that will feed into a potentially influential review.
A nurse has been sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment for serious sexual offences in Oxfordshire.