Issue : April 2018
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Leaders at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have spoken out against the “unprecedented” level of abuse that nurses and doctors have endured over the tragic case of Alfie Evans.
’This book is well placed for all health and social care professionals who want to better understand themselves and others.’
Thousands of extraordinary images of nurses delivering care before the NHS came into being have been made available to the public online to mark 70 years of the service.
Inappropriate use of gloves increases nurses’ risk of nasty skin complaints and may even exacerbate staffing shortages, says new in-depth guidance launched by the Royal College of Nursing.
A group of nurses from across the UK will attend the royal wedding next month representing the children’s charity WellChild, it has been announced.
A group of 21 trainee nursing associates has begun apprenticeships at a private mental healthcare provider, which is claiming to be one of the first independent organisations to offer this form of training for the new role.
An infection prevention specialist nurse from Yorkshire has been given a national award for her work to encourage influenza vaccination among her trust’s staff ahead of last winter.
NHS Blood and Transplant is a special health authority that provide a blood and transplantation service to the NHS, looking after blood donation services in England and transplant services across the UK. This week, we’re looking at the work of diagnostic and therapeutic services professional nursing lead Andrea Harris.
Regular “leadership rounds” where senior hospital managers meet frontline nursing staff to discuss infection control, can help improve practice and boost patient safety, according to a new US study.
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’The book gave me practical tools including being kind to oneself, laughing it off or telling other people and moving on; strategies which I can also pass on to those I come into contact with’