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Penny Goss knew she wanted to work in a caring profession but had no experience. She tells Nicole Friedberg how she forged a successful career in nursing
Clinical team leader Carroll Johnson-Chapman tells Genevieve Rice how she fought to achieve, and surpass, the goals she had been told were beyond her capabilities
Teesside specialist nurse Claire Naisbitt tells Nicole Friedberg why she thinks working with multiple sclerosis patients represents a unique career opportunity
Genevieve Rice speaks to Stephen Simpson, senior autism practitioner at South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust about changes in the way in which autistic patients are seen and cared for.
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Want to see happiness in human form? Meet Kym, a registered mental health nurse at Cygnet Health Care in Bury who loves her job, her team and seeing her patients’ wellbeing improve
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust implemented CareFlow Vitals to record observations electronically. Claire Read reports
James Cook University Australia, as like many other countries is facing a long-term labour shortage of nurses and this expected shortfall is expected to reach 85,000 by 2025.
A panel convened to discuss the increasing role of technology in healthcare and how it can benefit, and be accepted by, staff and patients alike
Understanding how technology can best be embraced by nursing staff is the key to harnessing its potential to improve service efficiency as well as patient outcomes
By using a range of initiatives and technology, Northern Healthcare is able to offer people with mental ill health a supported living environment to help them stay out of hospital
GOJO’s cutting-edge technology improves hand-hygiene practices and compliance to effectively tackle the spread of infection Healthy habits boost winter wellness
Community midwives can find it challenging to keep track of paper notes, says Janet Calland.
Respiratory rate is the single most sensitive predictor of patient deterioration, yet the one vital sign that nurses currently must measure in a time consuming and imperfect fashion. But a smart device called RespiraSense is trying to change all that
Working in partnership with healthcare managers, GOJO can help implement effective hand and surface hygiene regimes
The challenges of caring for older people with diabetes will be a key topic at the Diabetes Professional Care 2018 (DPC2018) conference when the show returns to Olympia, London on November 14 and 15.
Elysium Healthcare’s Career Advancement Programme helps healthcare support workers to take on more senior roles
Claire Read reports on a roundtable event discussing continence care
Diabetes Professional Care, which returns to London on 14 and 15 November, is the UK’s leading, free-to-attend, CPD-accredited conference and exhibition for healthcare professionals involved in the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes, and its related conditions.
Claire Read reports on a roundtable event discussing the benefits of technology and how nurses can use it
The University of Surrey offers post-registration education that equips nurses for the changing face of healthcare
Being able to communicate – with colleagues, patients, and their families – is an essential skill for any health professional. But are you as good at communicating as you think?