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Survey: What do you think of Nursing Times e-newsletters?

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  • I throughly enjoy the news letter. It is very informative and educational. However since you have started paying for subscription. i can no longer view some the articles, unless i subscribe to nursing time. Whilst I do not wish to subscribe to nursing time I would be happy to subscribe to nursing times .net in order to view the articles

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  • Yes I agree with Sandy. I find the newsletters very informative. I am now working in Clinical Informatics but still practice as a bank nurse and i find the newsletters keep me up to date. However, I do not wish to receive a paper magazine. I would also be happy to subscribe to an electronic magazine.

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  • I enjoy this newsletter greatly, the debates are particularly enjoyable, and the clinical articles were very informative, I am sure they still are but I cannot see them now you have gone over to subscriptions like all the others.

    I am not willing to subscribe to either an electronic or a paper version of the magazine, especially since I already pay out a lot of money to the RCN for their subscription (for journals on specific acute areas, not generalised) and the NMC, I do not want to pay more out (especially when I could not find how much you were charging for the subscription)!!! The Nurse learning/training courses were amazing when they were free, but I am not willing to pay for them simply on principle as I do not believe as a Nurse I should have to pay for my own CPD out of my own pocket.

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  • I find them useful and informative. I moved to New Zealand in 2007 and now work as a Diabetes Nurse in Wellington. It helps me to keep in contact with what is happening in th UK and links me to new studies.

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  • I enjoy the newsletters. I am not prepared to subscribe to a paper magazine, although, depending on cost I might subscribe to an electronic version.
    I would be interested in some of the CPD. I believe that the days of free training are almost at an end, however, any training I undertake has to be beneficial to my practice, and if I'm paying, there has to be some incentive for me to do so. I will consider paying for information that updates my practice and is within my budget if I cannot get it without paying. That said, I won't consider longer term education unless it is likely to improve career prospects or my pay grade.

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  • Latterlife Midwife

    As I posted in my survey response, ...please start putting clickable links in your mini-news stories. It is infuriating to read a 'story' that is comprised of just a couple of sentences or little paragraphs with the barest of 'facts,' and have to go search the internet to find the whole story/article! You should not be mentioning anything on Nursing Times without some sort of source reference. Thanks.

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