Issue : 5 June 2012
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Episode 2: Listen to our Student Nursing Times PodcastVideoSubscription
On your way to university? Fancy a break from studying? Have a listen to our FREE Student Nursing Times podcast made by our very own student nurses
The big question: Is Mid Staffs a one-off or highlighting common problems across the UK?Subscription
The big question: Is mid staffs a one-off or highlighting common problems across the UK? What do you think? Add your comments and they could be published in the magazine
Drug more likely to slow arthritish progression Subscription
New treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis could be made available after clinical trials showed a ‘striking and exciting’ breakthrough, it has been reported.
850,000 undiagnosed type 2 diabetes cases in Britain Subscription
Almost one in 70 people are living with undiagnosed diabetes and are running the risk of “devastating” complications, the UK’s leading diabetes charity said.
Cervical cancer screening hits 10-year low Subscription
Testing for cervical cancer among women in England has fallen to a 10-year low, a cancer charity said.
How to speak confidently in publicSubscription
Would you rather be bitten by a spider than speak in public? Why public speaking does not have to carry such venom
Sleep expert: top tips for night shift workers Subscription
We talk to sleep expert, Derk-Jan Dijk from Surrey University Sleep Centre, about how best to fit in down-time when working the night shift
You can learn as much from the philosophy of a business guru or world-famous author as you can your line managers. Nursing Times shares some of its favourite inspirational quotes to motivate you as a leader
Leading RCN activist to stand downSubscription
Royal College of Nursing council member and former council chair Sandra James is to stand down, it has been announced.
Patients to score GP surgeries onlineSubscription
A new points scoring system will allow patients to rate doctors’ surgeries.