Issue : August 2018
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‘Introducing the idea that people can help themselves to have better outcomes was clearly a challenge to be overcome’
’The book is a necessary reminder of our own vulnerability, our capacity to act well towards others and, finally, of the great work being done by the NHS in the UK’
The Royal College of Nursing has today written to eight Westminster party leaders calling on them to support a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Orchard Care Homes has gained accreditation under a national scheme to promote the employment of people with disabilities.
The number of nurses and midwives employed in Scotland is set to rise by less than 20 full-time posts this coming year, which is nowhere near enough to address widespread shortages, warn unions.
Student nurses successfully took over the running of a ward last month at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, as part of a new model of learning, according to those behind the initiative.
Nursing Times needs your help in completing a joint survey that we are carrying out with a major union on the quality line management in nursing and the wider healthcare.
A head of nursing at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has paid tribute to the “exceptional bravery” of staff who helped protect patients when a man wielding a knife went on the rampage.
Part 2 of this two-part series on injection techniques describes the evidence base and procedure for administering a subcutaneous injection
A global postcard appeal has helped dementia residents at a UK care home to remember holidays they went on as children.