Issue : January 2012
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“Mind-boggling! Science creates computer that can decode your thoughts and put them into words,” the Daily Mail’s headline exclaimed, while The Daily Telegraph heralded an era in which a “mind-reading device could become a reality”.
The idea that regularly eating fried foods causes heart attacks is a ‘myth’, The Daily Telegraph has reported.
Student Nurse Helen Farmer realises that qualifying is growing ever closer so decides to seize every opportunity to learn that she can.
Understand when to give praiseSubscription
Greater staff morale is just one benefit of recognising and rewarding achievements, says Susan Hodgetts.
A groundbreaking stem cell trial offers hope for millions with progressive conditions that end in sight loss, the Daily Mail has reported.
We talk to Susan Tokley, deputy director of nursing and patient experience at Whittington Health, who qualified as a nurse in 1980.
Jill Fraser jointly set up a website that collects simple ideas that can make a big difference.
“Magic mushrooms could one day be prescribed for depression,” The Independent has reported.
The healing processSubscription
Student Nurse Helen Farmer’s fourth placement on a Women’s Health Unit starts with building relationships with her new team and confronting her fears.
Is the nursing profession branching out too far?Subscription
From the start of my course, if I had collected one pound coin for every time I had heard the words ‘collaboration’ or ‘inter-professional’ then I would certainly not be relying on my NHS student bursary or student loan whilst at university to fund me.