Category list : Commitment
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After 32 years as a paediatric nurse committed to improving healthcare for our young people, it was concerning last year to read in the Why Children Die report, by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and National Children’s Bureau, that the UK has one of the worst child mortality rates in western Europe.
Inspirational students from Edge Hill University are encouraging even better standards of care in the health sector at a special conference.
While much effort has been put into developing core concepts such as the SSKIN Bundles and the Stop the Pressure initiative, implementation of these can only be successful with local adoption and adaption.
The British Paralympic Association’s chief nurse has been given an honorary doctorate in recognition for helping disabled athletes for 40 years.
The media storm following publication of the latest CQC report on hospital care of older people has abated has left health professionals - and particularly nurses - feeling bruised and battered.
Energetic leaders with positive attitudes motivate their staff, says Dickon Weir-Hughes
Attention to staff satisfaction and motivation can pay dividends, as positive work experiences will result in better patient care and outcomes, argues Liz Lees