Issue : 7 August 2013
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Nursing Times’ news editor, Steve Ford, leaves the office to immerse himself in Bucks New University’s simulation suite
'I qualify in six months and I'm starting to panic' Subscription
Since I started training to become a children’s nurse I have been already qualified in the eyes of my friends and family.
A leading nurse researcher has been appointed to the board of a charity aiming to transform the experience of UK health and care services for patients and staff.
Regulators are to investigate Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust over serial breaches of waiting time targets, which they warn could indicate wider problems.
Staffing levels, staffing ratios, staffing skill mix – we’ve been writing a lot about these topics over the past few years but even more so over the last few months it seems.
Nursing Times is giving FREE access to its online archive and learning to support nurses in nutrition and hydration practice.
Liz Bryan: ‘The Liverpool Care Pathway failed because it oversimplified care of the dying’Subscription
End-of-life care is an art and adequate training is needed to deliver it, says Liz Bryan
Production editor Sarah Hill steps outside Nursing Times’ headquarters to spend a day at a hospice
A Midlands hospital is gearing up to appoint 100 new members of nursing staff as a report warns of ward staffing shortages.
US union tries to spark law on nurse staffing levels Subscription
A nursing union in the United States is pushing for legislation to set limits on the number of patients that can be assigned to a registered nurse at any one time.