Issue : June 2018
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’This book is relevant for undergraduate and postgraduate students and academics.’
’This book will appeal to undergraduate social work students who are keen to improve their communication skills.’
’This may be useful for people with mild depression or anxiety who are seeking ways to reduce these symptoms without medication.’
New memorial dedicated to nurses of two world wars Subscription
A new memorial has been unveiled to commemorate the service of nurses during the First and Second World Wars.
The Welsh government has set out its first ever plan to integrate health and social care, as it attempts to treat more people in the community rather than in hospital.
An image of a steely eyed matron in the 1940s and nurses taking care of a glamorous training dummy are among a series of fascinating photos unearthed by London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust as part of the NHS’s 70th birthday celebrations.
Diary of a digital nurse fellowshipSubscription
In 2017 I applied for a 12-month digital nurse fellowship in NHS Improvement to investigate what nurses and allied health professionals were doing to drive the technology agenda forward for patients. I quickly realised that my digital journey had started many years earlier.
Do we need specialist nursing informatics posts?Subscription
Digital technology has crept into most of our clinical and professional lives.
Nurses could play a valuable role in advocating for better integrated care after government failures in getting the message across, according to an influential committee of MPs.
Clinicians must avoid “telling off” or “blaming” patients with diabetes, according to a new guide that highlights the importance of using the right words when interacting with those with the disease.