Category list : Adult nursing
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In her blog, adult branch student editor Lucy Williams writes an open letter to Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt on the reality of nursing today.
As a student nurse, the first death we experience is sort of a rite of passage - a moment which will always be etched in our memory.
“Why you should take vitamin D as you get older: High doses reduce the risk of respiratory illnesses by 40%,” the Mail Online reports.
A “significant expansion” in nurse training places is being planned at some universities next year to coincide with the switch to a loans system for healthcare students in England, according to the national NHS workforce planning body.
More days off and increased continuity of care for patients are the most notable benefits of twelve hour shifts, but there’s no denying that they can be physically and mentally draining
'Nursing isn't just about saving lives'Subscription
In her first blog, adult branch student editor Lucy Williams discusses how one placement has changed her career path for the better
This is my final blog. I’m allowed to feel emotional, right? I hope the new editors enjoy their time as much as I did – and if you’re in your first year, apply next year.
Integrating mental and physical healthcareSubscription
Registered adult and mental health nurses participated in a job rotation programme so they could meet the physical and mental healthcare needs of patients
My year as a student editor is nearly over; I only have one blog left after this one and I’ve been struggling with what to write lately.
Universities have recruited “significantly less” numbers of students to adult nurse training places than was planned in recent months, which is expected to leave almost 300 course places empty by the end of the year, the national workforce planning body has said.