Issue : January 2012
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Did you miss the latest #NurChat twitter debate about the PM’s recent statements? Let us sum it up for you …
The royal colleges of nursing and midwives have openly opposed the government’s health and social care bill for the first time, and called for it to be scrapped.
MHRA recalls batches of contaminated nasal spraySubscription
Two batches of saline nasal spray have been recalled from high street chemists due to safety concerns.
From healthcare assistant to director, Susan Jones has leapt up the career ladder - and she’s not finished yet.
'Never compromise on quality of care - once you do that, it’s difficult not to cut corners'Subscription
We talk to Helen McCutcheon, head of school at the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London, who has been a nurse for 33 years.
“Losing a loved one really can break your heart,” reported the Daily Mail.
Doctors reject pensions dealSubscription
Doctors have overwhelmingly voted to reject the government’s latest offer on pensions.
M5 crash sister praised Subscription
The sister in charge of the critical care unit at the hospital which recveived victims of the crash on the M5 motorway in November has been recognised for her calm professionalism during the crisis.
Report finds too few health visitors in CroydonSubscription
Health visitors in the south London borough face caseloads of nearly double recommeded levels.
A bad diet during pregnancy raises an unborn child’s risk of developing diabetes in later life, The Daily Telegraph has reported.