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  • Comment on: 'Fatigue during night shifts can affect decision making'

    Nursing Times's comment 17 August, 2016 5:54 pm

    Hi Anonymous and Christiane,

    Apologies, there were problems with the way this article displayed in the first couple of hours of it being live, however these have been resolved and you should now be able to read it.

    If you continue to have problems please contact our digital engagement editor at fran.entwistle@emap.com.

    Many thanks,
    Nursing Times

  • Comment on: Policy ‘overload’ affecting end of life care provision

    Nursing Times's comment 11 July, 2016 4:44 pm

    Hi Michael,

    There has been an increase in what we would describe as bullying comments on the site recently. We are therefore monitoring comments more stringently and simply removing anything that is clearly offensive.

    Where possible we're trying not to disrupt the flow of debate but sometimes this is unavoidable.

    Where a comment may by construed as offensive, but this was perhaps not the author's intention, we are including a link to terms and conditions to explain our decision to remove the comment. However the comment you refer to was a clear breach of our terms and conditions and we are confident the author knows this.

    Thank you for commenting!
    Nursing Times

  • Comment on: Opinion: ‘Vote remain to make nursing stronger’

    Nursing Times's comment 27 June, 2016 2:41 pm

    Hi Carl,

    Thanks for your feedback. We completely agree that we should remain unbiased in the debate and believe we have done so.

    However, we cannot ignore the strong opinions from both sides. Therefore we made the decision to publish opinion articles reflecting the opposing views and explaining each side's reasoning - clearly labelled as opinion. On the same day, we also published this article from a leave supporter:
    https://www.nursingtimes.net/news/politics/opinion-vote-leave-to-protect-the-health-service/7005553.article

    If you would like to write a letter to the editor or share your own opinion please do get in touch, you can contact Fran for online fran.entwistle@emap.com or Craig for the magazine craig.harris@emap.com.

    Many thanks,
    Nursing Times

  • Comment on: Welcome to the brand new Care Sector microsite

    Nursing Times's comment 8 June, 2016 1:34 pm

    Hi Angie,

    You should be able to access everything on the microsite without a subscription. However some content, such as our news and opinion, does require you to have an account with us - but it's free to create a guest account and you can do so here:
    www.nursingtimes.net/register

    Thank you for your feedback - it's great to hear you find the focus on care homes useful.

    Nursing Times

  • Comment on: Revalidation and its role in supporting nurses

    Nursing Times's comment 10 February, 2016 10:40 am

    Hi Anonymous 10:33,

    Although we believe Liz's blog to be balanced, it is an opinion and we completely understand that some of our readers have differing views of the pros and cons of revalidation.

    You mention writing a blog explaining your own opinions. We would be really interested to read this particularly your points about the way revalidation is being introduced. If you would like to send over a blog to be considered for this section please email fran.entwistle@emap.com.

    Nursing Times

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