Issue : January 2018
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Jocelyn Cornwell points out that, in order for patients to receive the best possible care, nurses need to be taken care of themselves.
Nursing on the critical listSubscription
Professor Ann Marie Rafferty has her say on the importance of the health select committee report into nursing, and why it’s crucial in the fight to save the profession.
Senior nurses at Colchester Hospital have praised staff for their “fantastic team work” in treating a significantly higher number of children than a year ago.
A Yorkshire trust has released some of its administrative and HR staff from their normal day jobs to act as “runners” on wards, so nurses and healthcare professionals can concentrate on patient care.
Older adults who are also frail are twice as likely to experience delirium following elective surgery than others of an older age, a new review by Canadian researchers suggests.
Use of video feedback by health visitors as part of their work with new parents strengthens the relationship between the infant child and the mother, according to Danish public health researchers.
The largely untold story of two young Irish nurses who saved the lives of patients when their hospital was bombed during the London Blitz is to be dramatised in a new play.
Unknown Warriors – The letters of Kate Luard RRC and BAR, Nursing Sister in France 1914 -1918Subscription
’It had me hooked from beginning to end’
We’re working with npower to help those struggling with energy bills.
The author of new guidance to support registered staff that work in care homes said the “highly skilled” role had previously been “undervalued” but was now a major area of opportunity for nurses.