Category list : Adult nursing
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Nurse Pauline Cafferkey has made a full recovery from ebola, according to the Royal Free London Foundation Trust, where she was being treated.
The Royal College of Nursing has launched a new project to celebrate the contribution of nursing staff to the British military, as part of remembrance Sunday commemorations yesterday.
'It's time to talk money - and take action'Subscription
Money is a funny subject to the English; we all want more of it but we seem too embarrassed to talk about it.
Yesterday was my first day on placement - and it rather went to pot.
The growth rate in NHS nurse numbers in England has halved this year compared to the last, with experts claiming the slowdown could mark a return to trusts prioritising budgets over safe staffing.
This is my final blog as Student Nursing Times adult branch editor, and before I hand over to the new editor for 2015/16 there is one final message that I would like to give to those of you currently studying nursing and those of you who are just about to start.
'What is nursing?'Subscription
This is nursing, I hear you say.
Now I am at the end of my course I have had some time to sit and reflect on my journey as a student nurse.
Can you advise this student nurse?
Interviews; there is no getting away from them, and since I began my journey to become a nurse I have endured a number of them.