Nadine Woogara was previously Nursing Times' online editor.
NHS England has launched a Story of the Month competition in association with Nursing Times to ensure that compassionate nursing care gets the recognition it deserves.
Today the Cavendish report has set out key recommendations on how the role of healthcare assistants and social care support workers should change in the wake of the Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust Public Inquiry.
This morning Gary Walker, former chief executive of United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust, is presenting evidence to MPs on the Commons health select committee.
Following the publication in February of the Francis report, Nursing Times rounded up the top five policy recommendations from the report that will affect you as a nurse
First time: how to get the most from a lectureSubscription
Top tips for getting the most from your time inside the lecture hall
A futuristic boiler suit is helping medical students in Germany feel what it’s like to be old.
How to speak effectively in front of a groupSubscription
Boost the power of your public chit chat by taking on board a few of these practical tips
10 ways to effectively manage your time on the ward Subscription
As a newbie nurse, work on the ward is bound to feel a bit overwhelming but you can use these simple time management skills to de-stress and get more done …
Job adverts can sometimes seem like they’re written in a different language, so let us help you tell what’s what …
How to register with the NMCSubscription
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has over 600,000 nurses and midwives on its books and if you want to work in the UK you’ll have to join them. Here’s how …
Sarah Jones, adult student nurse editor
Are you starting university this year? We quiz our student nurse editors about the highs and lows of their first year at university …How did you feel joining your course as a new student nurse fresher?
This year we have a whole flock of new student nurse editors to take the helm of Student Nursing Times.
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The haematological system consists of the blood and bone marrow. Blood delivers oxygen and nutrients to all tissues, removes wastes, and transports gases, blood cells, immune cells, antibodies and hormones throughout the body.Living up to their potential
All of our practice articles now have print-friendly pdfs attached to them so that you can print out the articles complete with figures and tables, don’t say we don’t treat you well.
This August there will be no magazine issues published on 09.08.11 and 23.08.11, instead we will be sending out e-issues in the form of a newsletter with the latest news, comment and practice that you’re used to seeing inside your print issue.What’s new?