Issue : 8 April 2015
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Many people question the value of their vote in the upcoming election. What’s the point? Will it make any difference?
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust says it has equipped community nursing and midwifery staff with the latest technology for mobile working in all of its areas.
Since volunteering at a children’s hospice, Mikey can think of no better place to work
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Giving patients the space to talk about health issues will give them a better chance of health
Nursing Times is searching for the up and coming figures who are making a real difference in nursing.
West Middlesex University Hospital Trust has been told to improve by the Care Quality Commission.
The long-term failure of the NHS to meet the waiting time target for accident and emergency performance in England is a symptom of the strain services are under, unions have claimed.
Over the years, I’ve written about some amazing nurses. Some of the stand-out stories I remember have involved nurses on the frontline, not only of healthcare but of the battlefield.
Nurses are being offered guidance on the difficult area of pre-loading insulin syringes for patients with diabetes, who are otherwise unable to manage their condition.
Concerns about an accident and emergency nurse convicted last month of raping and photographing unconscious patients at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford were raised more than five years ago, it has emerged.