Issue : May 2018
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'We need a strong leader now more than ever'Subscription
The news last week that the chief nursing officer for England role could be realigned to sit across both NHS Improvement and NHS England when Jane Cummings departs her role could weaken nursing’s voice further at a senior level.
Nurses in Devon face uncertainty over the impact of a new “collaboration” between two of the county’s main acute service providers.
An acute provider in the Midlands and a specialist mental health trust based in North London have both appointed new clinical nursing professors to drive forward their research programmes.
Nurses must not share passwords or leave patient data onscreen, as part of a new focus on data protection in the NHS.
Nursing staff at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital donned their pyjamas to work earlier this month to help encourage patients to get up, get dressed and keep moving.
An Admiral nurse has been appointed to support patients with dementia at Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust in a first for the county.
The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and similar technology by a major London trust will help nurses, rather than put roles at risk, managers have insisted.
The effects of vitamin D on epilepsySubscription
Student NT editor Rebecca Hammond says we should be mindful of the importance of vitamin D.
11-17 June is Carers’ Week.
As a registered nursing home manager of 10 years and a registered nurse of 17 years, I have read many things about nurses and clinical care in nursing homes.