Issue : March 2018
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The new NHS pay deal unveiled today is “the best possible deal we could negotiate”, according to the Royal College of Nursing’s associate director for employment relations.
Having more nursing staff educated to degree level providing treatment is linked to better outcomes in surgical patients with dementia, according to US researchers.
NHS mental healthcare staff can “lack the capacity, skills and training” they need to do their job effectively, according to a report drawing together learning from complaints.
Nurses and other NHS staff on the Agenda for Change contract in England are to be offered an average 6.5% pay rise over three years, with many staff set to receive more than this under proposals revealed today.
Many educational and developmental theorists suggest that throughout our life we use all senses to gather and process information, evolving and developing our learning to make sense of the world around us.
Criticism is one of the most helpful tools management have to aid their workforce if it is used in a constructive way. If it is not, it can ruin a person’s self-esteem and damage a team’s morale, explains student editor for adult nursing, Alisha Poole.
The nursing director of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has announced that he is to leave his role next month.
Clinicians should think twice before prescribing custom-made foot orthoses for plantar heel pain, because they appear to be no better than over-the-counter insoles, according to researchers.
You literally could not make up what is happening in nursing and nurse education right now.
Having a “valued workforce” will be key to improving social services, according to Jeremy Hunt who today outlined the core principles behind the government’s much-anticipated plans for reform.