Issue : May 2018
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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’
Patients with stroke caused by intracerebral haemorrhage may benefit from receiving a drug currently used to treat blood loss from major trauma and bleeding after childbirth, suggests a trial.
Staff at three of Liverpool’s biggest hospitals are to benefit from a new early morning bus service launched by Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire.
’I found the eye catching positive imagery on the front cover to be inviting, and the book itself is easy to read and to dip in and out of’
Claire Read speaks to Macmillan’s digital nurse specialist about how many patients turn to the internet after receiving a diagnosis.
When I talk to members of the public about nursing, I know what mental images they have got in their heads - nurses in uniforms, working on wards and helping (usually older) people in and out of bed.
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Nurses are being denied training opportunities that keep them up to date in their clinical practice due to a combination of winter pressures, staff shortages and funding cuts, the Royal College of Nursing has warned in a new report.