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Issue : 5 July 2011

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    Managers urged to support nurses in drive to make savings safelySubscription

    News11 July, 2011

    Managers are urged to support their nurses in a national programme intended to give the profession a major say in improving quality of care while at the same time improving efficiency – so that safety is not compromised.

  • community nurse in a car

    District nurses setting 'rubbish' example on public healthSubscription

    News7 July, 2011

    District nurses often set a “rubbish” example to patients about healthy lifestyles, according to the head of community services in Leicester.

  • Breakdown of training cuts revealed

    Post-registration training cuts revealedSubscription

    News5 July, 2011

    Nurses working in specialist areas, mental health and schools are bearing the brunt of training cuts, figures obtained by Nursing Times reveal.

  • Scottish nursing workforce being 'chipped away'

    Scottish nursing workforce being 'chipped away'Subscription

    News5 July, 2011

    The loss of nursing posts in Scotland is accelerating, latest workforce figures reveal.

  • emergency department sign

    RCN: Trusts 'struggling' with new A&E indicators Subscription

    News5 July, 2011

    Poor quality data on the work of nurses and other accident and emergency clinicians has led the government to change the way it measures performance in accident and emergency.

  • Nurses hand

    Minorities 'targeted' by NHS fraud squadSubscription

    News5 July, 2011

    Scores of immigrant nurses have been investigated by NHS anti-fraud investigators amid claims black staff members have been unfairly “targeted”.

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    Nurses caught out by NHS ProtectSubscription

    News5 July, 2011

    Zimbabwean mental health nurse Richman Matinyadze was jailed for seven months in December 2010 after admitting charges of possessing false documentation, following an NHS Protect investigation.

  • whistle blower

    Whistleblowing hits record highSubscription

    News5 July, 2011

    The Care Quality Commission has seen a record rise in whistleblowing calls, but there are mounting fears that it lacks the “teeth” and resources to properly investigate nurses’ concerns.

  • Image of depressed man

    Mental health and long-term conditions 2: managing depressionSubscription

    Clinical4 July, 2011

    The second article in this two-part series focuses on supporting patients with depression

  • Depressed young woman

    Common mental health disordersSubscription

    Clinical4 July, 2011

    A new guideline offers advice on identification, assessment and care pathways for people with mild to moderate psychiatric symptoms

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