Issue : December 2017
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For the last 99 years the work of learning disability (LD) nurses has been largely hidden within the wider nursing family; much like the population that we serve.
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25 years after graduating, Rebecca Dowle reflects on how her life - and the lives of her fellow students - played out quite differently than each one had envisaged.
Unions and opposition politicians have condemned the continuation of charging for parking at NHS hospitals in England, after figures indicated a new spike in the fees.
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust is among the largest teaching hospitals in the nation. It is also one of the busiest.
Rebecca Hammond, student NT editor for the learning disabilities branch, wants to remind all student nurses that taking care of number one is easy to forget, but important to remember…
A total of 2,500 nursing associates are expected to begin apprenticeship training in England in the first few months of this year, followed by more in the autumn, the head of the national workforce body has said.
Photographs of nursing staff taken at Christmas time during the 1920s and 1930s are among those featured in a new digital archive of the history of healthcare services in Salisbury.
Hospitals are like foreign countries, where the familiar cultural norms don’t apply – or rather, that’s what they are like for patients. Where else would you disclose the most private information to strangers, or allow them to perform intimate – and often painful or unpleasant – procedures on you?
For people with cancer and fatigue, listening to information can be easier than reading it.
An oncology nurse, described as an “expert” in placing peripherally inserted central catheter lines and as “key” in helping set up a new hospital unit, is to retire after five decades.