Issue : 6 July 2016
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Why did you decide to become a nurse?
Michelle Fearnley works hard to ensure that patients with dementia get the care they need
One of the most vivid memories from my first placement was my first conversation with a patient about dying
We talk to Anne McNicholas, nursing ambassador for Project Harar, who has worked as a nurse for more than 30 years
Through years of working overseas I know that partnership is the key to activity being of mutual benefit to healthcare and participating health professionals.
To those of you who have recently been allocated a placement on a gynaecology ward, I want to give a brief review of my experience as a student nurse in the hope it will assist with your research and preparation
Asthma is a heavy burden on the UK and is often overlooked. There are now 5.4 million people currently receiving treatment for the condition which equates to around one in every 11 children and one in 12 adults.
Learning disability branch editor, Rebecca, was shocked to find that individuals close to her were unaware that a disability does not change a person’s desire and right to be in a relationship
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When Nursing Times last went to press on 24 June – the day on which the UK woke up to its decision to quit the EU – the most widespread feeling was one of shock.
Nurses and midwifes need to help rationalise the use of clinical consumables across the NHS and make sure they get better value for money, argues Mandie Sunderland