Category list : Adult nursing
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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.
'Is being a nurse ruining your health?'Subscription
Recently I’ve been a bit of a mess; I’ve let work get on top of me and have been juggling those personal things that just seem to crop up at inconvenient times
A study focused on the provision of “good” and dignified care, what health professionals perceive this to include and exactly what they need to do to provide it
I’ve spent the last ten weeks on an older people’s rehabilitation ward where the patients are quite unwell; they need help to wash, dress, eat and get to the toilet
The impact of animals on patient wellbeingSubscription
Animals can have a profound effect on the health and wellbeing of the people who care for them so every nurse should consider this when compiling patients’ care plans
Now I’m in the middle of my third year I’m finding that I’m reflecting more on why I started a career in nursing
After spending a week as an inpatient on an NHS ward, Josephine realised how little privacy patients have in a ward environment.