Yeah I kind of agree with all of the above including more support needs to be offerd by community nurses. Having said that, being an emergency urology nurse practitioner in an exclusive unit solely for urology emergencies, I do think secondary care needs to support community nurses more by offering speciality education and meeting up with community nurse and patient to plan a solution to the given problem.
Comment on: New drug class for overactive bladder launched
This is great news. Just what the overactive bladder has been waiting for. Gives a little more choice to what we currently have.
Comment on: 'Cartel' calls for further cuts in nurses pay
NHS JOBS :
"Nurses free at the point of care delivery".
Would this be an advert for the future ?
tinkerbell | 21-Feb-2013 9:00 pm
Hello tinkers, yes its funny how a discussion gradually steers towards a bit of a brawl. Maybe its the dreaded SM testing tempers
Anonymous | 20-Feb-2013 10:45 pm
Well said Miss / Mrs / Mr Anonymous. Too much water under bridge for deary SM. Hang up your pen SM