Issue : June 2011
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Men apparently don’t do enough to look after their health. Why?
Student nurse, Elena Ivany, wants everyone - no matter what their role - to work together to put patients at the centre of hospital care
Two Winterbourne View nurses suspended by NMCSubscription
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has today suspended the registration of two nurses from Winterbourne View Care Home in Hambrook, which recently featured in an episode of Panorama.
Trusts and other NHS providers will be held much more heavily to account for their investment in the training of nurses and other health professionals, the government has announced.
Training nurses and healthcare support staff to reduce urinary catheter use where possible has the knock-on effect of helping to reduce infection risk, according to US researchers.
Nursingtimes.net is partnering with Netbuddy to help nurses care for people with learning disabilities. Here, we look at tips on feeding tubes.
'The presentation is graphic but not gratuitous: I tell them the realities and the worst stories'Subscription
A&E nurse clinician Rob Jackson sees the results of knife crime first hand - and tells young people all about it
Teenagers most prone to sunburn Subscription
Teenagers and people in their 20s are more likely to get sunburned and sit out during the hottest part of the day than those who are older, research shows.
'Talent management is about doing things for your best people and investing in their development'Subscription
Knowing the aspirations and potential of your staff will help you get the best out of them, says Sue Pemberton
Sleeping on left side may reduce risk of still birth Subscription
The position in which women sleep on the last night of their pregnancy is related to their risk of still birth, say researchers.