Issue : 29 October 2014
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You're already a 'good nurse'Subscription
It’s easy to let yourself be swallowed up in trying to become a good nurse, but, as Mary points out, you already have the characteristics of a great nurse
Individuals with learning disabilities are becoming more independent, but at the same time, they are getting fatter.
The NHS is to face a second day of strike action, as unions continue their dispute with the government over health service pay.
Leading nurse whistleblower Helene Donnelly has urged the profession to support fellow workers to ensure “much-needed” nurses and carers do not leave their posts.
A specialist in both cancer and dementia care was last night revealed as this year’s Nursing Times Nurse of the Year in front of hundreds of other members of the profession.
New national sperm bank will 'build families'Subscription
A national sperm bank has opened to help meet increasing demand for donors in the UK.
A Labour government would use pay restraint and make “difficult choices” about the wages of NHS frontline staff if the party wins the election next year, Andy Burnham has said.
A damning report on maternity services in Guernsey has raised serious concerns over the quality of care and supervision of pregnant women.
At least 18,000 social workers, therapists and health professionals will provide help for patients in or near home across England, under a £5.3bn push to slash unnecessary hospital visits and stays being hailed by health secretary Jeremy Hunt.
A “challenging winter” has been forecast for the NHS in England, as a leading health think-tank’s latest quarterly report found evidence of “worrying” declines in levels of morale among staff.