Issue : 30 April 2014
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Why I'm giving up mentorship: an updateSubscription
Brian’s article in NT about giving up mentorship caused a stir among readers. Has he rethought his decision?
Positive progress towards millennium development goal targets for Tuberculosis (TB) is being overshadowed by the rise of Multiple Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR TB).
Nursing and those things that make us humanSubscription
It’s well established that psychiatric nurses have long disregarded the physical health of people with serious, ongoing mental health problems.
Jayne Parker questions why we don’t have a common colour scheme for uniforms throughout the NHS
Regardless of the move to degree-only training, or the increasing emphasis on evidence-based practice, compassion and care still underpin nursing and are by far the most fundamental aspects of the role.
'Complacency' in asthma care causing avoidable deaths VideoSubscription
A “step-change” is needed in asthma treatment, with better training for practice nurses and more specialist nurse posts, experts have said in the wake of the largest ever national study of deaths from the condition.
The student nursing community discussed the merits of specialised study vs broadening your placement experience throughout your nursing course.
About 60% of people struggling with suicidal thoughts do not receive any help, according to research.
Mothers-to-be urged to have whooping cough jabSubscription
Mothers-to-be are being urged to take part in a vaccination programme which will protect their babies from a potentially fatal infection.
All NHS staff will be able to receive specialist dementia training by 2018, a new NHS document has revealed.