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Practice team blog

Your practice editors Kathryn, Ann, Eileen and Fran talk about nursing in practice

All posts from: December 2012

What are your New Year resolutions at work?  

Posted by Kathryn GodfreyMon, 31 Dec 2012

It seems that my resolutions have a five to one hit rate – that is of five resolutions only one will come good. But nevertheless I am thinking now about my list of do more/do less and hoping that some of them will stick.

Why should you buy your manager a Christmas present?

Posted by Eileen ShepherdTue, 18 Dec 2012

I was idling my time away on twitter a few weeks ago and came across a blog by Dean Royles, the director of the NHS Employers.

The care gap that cheats nurses and patients alike

Posted by Eileen ShepherdMon, 10 Dec 2012

As the news focuses again on the dangers of going into hospital and the pressure I wonder if we are missing something fundamental.

Six-step dementia care approach must be given a chance

Posted by Ann ShuttleworthMon, 3 Dec 2012

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia are devastating both for those unlucky enough to develop them, but also their families.