Issue : May 2018
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Moderate to high intensity exercise programmes do not slow cognitive impairment in older people with dementia, according to findings from a UK study.
Working conditions and morale must be improved for prison nurses, who are operating within a service that is in crisis, members of the Royal College of Nursing have warned.
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The biggest issue for healthcare providers is the shortage of nurses, so we’ve teamed up with those in charge of workforce planning to create an event to try to solve those issues
Training on suicide prevention should be seen as important as learning life support skills, according to nurses who have highlighted a lack of education and awareness among the profession.
A nursing agency has launched new training and a “buddy” system for staff, as part of wider efforts to ensure employees look after their own mental wellbeing.
Disrupting the body’s internal clock – such as by doing regular night shifts – has been linked to increased risk of depression and reduced all-round wellbeing in a major new UK study.
Evie Poole reflects on her experience of attending the The Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (ARNS) 2018 conference.
Nurses who are the victims of violence and bullying at work may be more likely to behave badly towards others, according to a new study looking at the impact of aggression in the workplace.
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The trustees of the charity Epilepsy Action, have chosen Dr Janine Winterbottom as the recipient of the charity’s most prestigious honour – the Lord Hastings Award.
’This book is not directly related to nursing, however, the content and examples can be easily translated to the world of health care delivery and education’