Issue : August 2018
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The NHS recently celebrated its 70th anniversary. The celebrations reminded us all of how many lives the NHS touches. And it’s no exaggeration to say that throughout most of the NHS’s existence, apprentices have made a huge contribution to its success.
Nearly half of England’s maternity units closed temporarily to new mothers at some point in 2017, which was more than the previous year, according figures published by the Labour Party.
Michael Brown elected new RCN Congress vice chair Subscription
The newly elected vice chair of the Royal College of Nursing Congress has vowed to ensure the event remains “member focused”.
I was contacted around a month ago out of the blue by an organisation telling me the good news that Nursing Times was to be inducted into an international ‘hall of fame’ for publications that have made significant contributions to the profession.
A Queen’s Nurse from Cornwall aspiring to revolutionise care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) patients with dementia is set to have her ground-breaking work featured in a documentary.
A first-of-its-kind course teaching nurses how to read an electrocardiogram (ECG) has been launched to address a “skills gap” and potentially save lives.
Nominations are now open for the inaugural round of a new award launched in tribute to a London nurse who took his own life after being unfairly sacked.
Friends who are former smokers are key to helping people with serious mental illness quit the habit, according to US researchers.
'Do other mature students feel this lonely?'Subscription
Can you advise this student nurse?
Grieving midwives at a hospital in Stoke-on-Trent have been commended as “absolutely remarkable” for staying strong for families under their care, following the tragic death of a colleague.