After the axing of the Liverpool Care Pathway, we asked the Nursing Times Twitter community what they thought about its replacement.
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#NTtwitchat live debate: Should the government cap the amount NHS providers can pay for using agency staff?
7 August, 2014
We asked the online nursing community what they had to say about putting a cap on NHS providers use of agency staff. Here is what they had to say:
30 July, 2014
We asked the nursing community on Twitter what they thought about the NHS chief executive’s desire to help staff lose weight. Here are their thoughts:
24 July, 2014
We asked the online nursing community what they thought about health workers taking industrial action. Here’s what they had to say:
9 July, 2014
We asked the Twitter community as NHS staff work 12 hour shifts saving people’s lives, is it fair for them to pay for parking?
#NTtwitchat live debate: What action is needed to protect NHS staff speaking out in the public interest?
27 June, 2014
Following the news that Robert Francis is to inquire into NHS whistleblowing, we asked the nursing community how staff can speak out safely against malpractice.
23 June, 2014
We asked the nursing community on twitter what they think of Peter Carter’s comments at RCN Congress regarding it being against nurses’ nature to strike
6 June, 2014
We asked the nursing community how reliant their ward is on agency nurses and how this affects care.
Live debate: 'Is a rose-tinted view of a “golden era” of nurse training damaging efforts to tackle problems today?'
30 May, 2014
This week’s twitter debate discussed whether a tendancy to look back fondly on the “good old days” of nurse training is damaging the future of nurse education
23 May, 2014
Following the introduction of Obamacare, we asked the nursing community if the resulting nursing vacancies in the US would tempt many to work overseas.
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