Issue : June 2018
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’I would recommend this book to mums-to-be, fathers, birth partners, therapists and anyone interested in a natural birth.’
A key milestone was passed yesterday in parliament that brings closer the regulation of the new nursing associate role by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Donation after circulatory death (DCD) often presents ethical and legal challenges to clinicians involved in this patient group – but why?
More than a hundred members of the nursing profession have been given the Queen’s nurse title, in recognition of their commitment to patient care in the community.
I was on holiday last week and it was with an element of dread that I started to see the name Gosport War Memorial Hospital mentioned in the national media and then, on checking my emails, a wave of press releases coming through about it.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead is set to invest more than £750,000 in a mental health unit for older patients with dementia.
A project harnessing “telecare” technology and led by senior nurses in Yorkshire has reduced emergency admissions from care home by 33%, new research suggests.
Patients going into hospital from care homes should be given a special red bag to allow for an easier stay and quicker discharge, according to NHS England.
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Student NT editor Rebecca Hammond discusses perceptions of learning disability nurses.