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Jennifer Taylor

Stories

  • The rise of the walk-in centreSubscription

    18 August, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009

    In less than a decade walk-in centres have become a vital part of NHS service provision. Jennifer Taylor looks at the future of these ventures and the nurses who work in them

  • The great training robberySubscription

    8 April, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009

    NT’s Time Out for Training campaign has outlined nurses’ difficulties in obtaining CPD and even mandatory training due to budget cuts and staffing levels. Jennifer Taylor finds out how nurses’ experiences compare with those of other public servants

  • Why Mandatory training needs resuscitatingSubscription

    10 March, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009Comments (1)

    When is mandatory training not mandatory?Jennifer Taylor looks at how training was lost – and the risks this poses

  • Where training is valuedSubscription

    4 February, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009

    In recent weeks, NT’s training campaign, Time out for Training, has focused on the lack of time, funds and support given to nurses’ post-registration education. This week, Jennifer Taylor contrasts staff experiences in the NHS with those in the independent and voluntary sectors

  • Training funds still under fireSubscription

    22 January, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009

    While NHS finances improve, training funds are still being plundered. Jennifer Taylor looks at how nurses are affected by government refusals to ringfence the cash

  • What’s happened to pain management?Subscription

    26 November, 2007Updated: 4 March, 2009

    Pain management has been slipping off the nursing agenda and is no longer taught to all nurses. Jennifer Taylor finds out what is being done to give it greater standing