Category list : 6Cs
Stories with this category.
Collaboration is central to nursing practice and is more than communication. As such, it can be argued that it should be seen as a core nursing value and added to the ‘6Cs’
Back in the mid-1980s a third-year student nurse was charged with showing me, a first-year student nurse, how to give a depot injection.
‘Wednesday does not last forever…’Subscription
Why does the second year of nursing feel like being stuck in the middle of the week? Contemplating the answer, student nurse Sophie understood the importance of taking care of herself to deal with the rigours of the second year
A perfect embodiment of the 6CsSubscription
We hear about Claire Kibble, a senior nurse practitioner with Your Healthcare, who has led with such purpose over her 40-year career that her fellow nurses can’t help but sing her praises (and plan elaborate surprises for her).
University awards honorary doctorate to CNOSubscription
Buckinghamshire New University has awarded an honorary doctorate to chief nursing officer for England Jane Cummings.
One patient’s story highlights the importance of nurses and staff communicating effectively, and how poor communication can have a negative impact on patients
England’s CNO launches new nursing framework Subscription
The chief nursing officer for England has unveiled a new four-year plan for nurses, midwives and care workers focussed on how the profession can drive changes to services and help reduce unwarranted variation in health and care provision.
England’s next nursing strategy will be based around 10 commitments focused on managing health in collaboration with patients, preventing poor health and maximising technology opportunities.
'I had to witness the 6Cs in action for myself'Subscription
The recent media coverage surrounding the ‘failings’ of nursing was at the forefront of my mind before I commenced my first placement as a student nurse.
Compassionate elements of nursing should be considered “in tandem” with the technical aspects of the role to ensure a good relationship with patients, according to new research.