Issue : August 2018
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The Reading Cure. How Books Restored My AppetiteSubscription
’General readers, psychiatric nurses and student nurses will find reading this book, thought-provoking and an excellent read’
Celebrating its 28th year, Coffee Morning has become Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event – raising £27.6 million in 2017 thanks to our dedicated hosts.
Cracking the Code a Quick Reference Guide to Interpreting Patient Medical Notes – 2nd revised edSubscription
’This is easy to pick up and follow and the reader could have this book at hand if reviewing a set of notes as a guide’
No one in the health sector could doubt after the latest set of official figures that nursing is facing an unprecedented recruitment challenge
Health leaders are warning people in England to get up to date with their measles vaccine, following a “dramatic” rise in outbreaks across Europe.
Debra Morris and Angela Kelly from the hospital specialist palliative care team at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust talk about their award-winning student placement
Janet Davies will step down from her role of chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing at the end of this month, it has been revealed.
Colorectal Cancer Nurse Specialist Julie Williams on why she changed her approach
There “may be something in the water” at a hospital in Arizona, according to 16 nurses who work in the intensive care unit there and who are all pregnant.
A charity leader has said more needs to be done to promote dementia care as a valuable career for nurses, as new figures reveal the number of people diagnosed with the condition has risen by 6% in three years.