Issue : 29 May 2013
View all stories from this issue.
How to gain respect from your colleaguesSubscription
Don’t be afraid to say “no” to requests at work. It shows you have a good sense of judgement and can prioritise
Women are being invited to share their experiences of maternity services in a major national survey.
I read with some alarm the issue raised concerning whether nurses should accompany police when they are dealing with “violent” mentally ill people.
Chesterfield Royal Hospital Foundation Trust’s chief nurse has announced that its wards are to pilot extended opening hours, meaning relatives will be able to visit over a period of 10 hours.
Karen Castille, chief nurse at Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust, is to join the NHS Confederation on secondment as its associate director.
Practice nurses and GPs need to do more to identify sedentary adults and encourage them to be more active, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
#NTtwitchat live debate: Are regular MDT meetings beneficial? VideoSubscription
Missed our #NTtwitchat on MDT meetings? Read highlights from the chat here
Labour issues fresh warning over A&E 'pressures'Subscription
The pressures on A&E departments show “no sign of abating” Labour has warned, after figures revealed a “major increase” in the number of ambulances turned away from busy emergency departments.
Thyroid disorders in pregnant women cause a greater risk of health complications for both mother and child, new research suggests.
A research trial involving nurses has discovered how meditation and stretching can help alleviate the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and return stress hormone levels to normal.