Issue : January 2017
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One of the seasonal messages I received, which was from the European Federation of Nurses Associations, really resonated: “Enjoy the break and accumulate new strength and enthusiasm for next year.”
A paediatric student nurse reflects on her placement experience in an adolescent mental health unit
Health service nurses across the country are being asked to record nurse-to-patient ratios on their wards today, as part of a survey of staffing levels by a public sector union.
Victoria Stevans sits down with Laura Maitra, a frailty nurse and recent winner of a Clinician of the Year Award, to get her take on community nursing and the importance of in-home care
Changing times, changing healthcareSubscription
At a time when the NHS is reeling under pressure, student nurse Rosa reflects on the differences between the healthcare systems in the US and UK after a recent trip to New York
Sue Morgan MBE has been an advocate for children and young people with cancer for the majority of her career, but here she speaks for herself, telling us the rewards and challenges of work that’s close to her heart
The government’s ongoing public sector pay restraint policy is creating such low morale and financial difficulty among NHS nurses and midwives that they are leaving for work elsewhere, nurses and midwives told Nursing Times today ahead of a parliamentary debate.
The finalists have been announced for the first ever awards scheme designed to showcase pioneering and outstanding services for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Nurses urged to help find undiagnosed COPD cases Subscription
Specialist nurses working in primary care are being encouraged to promote a campaign urging patients not to “ignore breathlessness”, as part of efforts to raise awareness of lung disease.
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has been rated as “requires improvement” but must improve more before it can leave special measures, according to the Care Quality Commission.