Issue : February 2002
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Time to look further aheadSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 47Sarah Mulally, CNO for EnglandPutting the patient at the heart of the NHS and providing patients with timely access to high quality care lies behind many of the key developments in health policy.
Patient group directionsSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 48 Andrea Spyropoulos, RGN, SCM, RNT, DPSN, Cert.Ed, BA, LLBHons, is senior lecturer, John Moores University, Liverpool
Implementing clinical supervisionSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 36 Elizabeth Clifton, BSc, SRN, NDNCert, is project manager, Dudley Priority Health NHS Trust
Candidiasis of the skin and acneSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 55 Molly Courtenay, PhD, MSc, CertEd, RNT, RGN, is senior lecturer, Buckinghamshire Chiltern University College, Chalfont St Giles;Michele Butler, MMedSci, BSc, RGN, RNT, Cert.Ed (FE), is senior lecturer in clinical science, School of Biological and Molecular Science, Oxford Brookes University
Nursing with DignitySubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 33 Professor Paula McGee, PhD, MA, BA, RN, RNT, is nursing research fellow, University of Central England, Birmingham, and chair of the Transcultural Nursing and Healthcare Association
Education and nurse prescribingSubscription
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Reflecting on your expert practiceSubscription
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Nursing with Dignity Part 1: JudaismSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 35 Alisa Collins is a third-year nursing student at King’s College, University of London There are an estimated 13 million Jewish people in the world, of whom 300,000 live in the UK - 200,000 in London.
Trusts must bolster trust in nursesSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 09, PAGE NO: 31Janet Gillan MSc, RGN, NDN Cert, DPSNIt is worrying that the word 'trust' appears to have lost its meaning. Trust used to mean something you could rely on in the health service. It sounded reassuring, yet is now being undermined.