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  • Helen Farmer

    'The knowledge just seems to be clicking into place'Subscription

    Opinion3 February, 2012

    Student Nurse Helen Farmer realises that qualifying is growing ever closer so decides to seize every opportunity to learn that she can.

  • Jocelyn Cornwell

    Caring for patients means caring for nursesSubscription

    Sponsored information16 March, 2010

    As far as patient and staff experience is concerned, no problem is too small. As well as tackling the issues, leaders must involve their teams in the solutions, says Jocelyn Cornwell. Leave a comment on on this story to contribute to a national debate on the future of NHS leadership

  • Mandie Sunderland

    Private sector experience is vital to develop nurse leadersSubscription

    Sponsored information16 March, 2010

    Today’s NHS leaders need to use a huge range of skills. The only way to make sure they are equipped is through widespread collaboration, including with the private sector, says Mandie Sunderland. Leave a comment on on this story to contribute to a national debate on the future of NHS leadership

  • Joan Saddler

    Patient experience is more important than staff satisfactionSubscription

    Sponsored information16 March, 2010

    Involving NHS ‘customers’ at every step of the decision-making process can leave a legacy of true patient-centred care, says Joan Saddler. Leave a comment on on this story to contribute to a national debate on the future of NHS leadership

  • Rosemary Cook

    Managers must give nurses the freedom to learnSubscription

    Sponsored information16 March, 2010

    To develop the nursing leaders needed to take community care forward, organisations must be open to outside influence, says Rosemary Cook. Leave a comment on on this story to contribute to a national debate on the future of NHS leadership