Category list : Palliative care
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Care for dying children must take full account of the emotional and practical needs of their family as well as the young person, according to new guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
Around 80% of hospice care for adults is provided in a range of community settings, with less than a fifth delivered in hospice inpatient units, according to new data analysis.
Children’s nursing student editor, Gary Williams, reflects on his first experience of caring for someone who died and the available cancer treatments in the UK and abroad.
Palliative care in nursing and healthcareSubscription
’This book is aimed at student nurses and student allied health professionals’
To coincide with the clocks going back over the weekend, high-profile brands donated their advertising space to a charity and unions asked people to spare a thought for the millions working night shifts.
'The role of ANPs is growing all the time'Subscription
Nursing Times talks to Meriel Conn about the importance ANPs play in caring for people with life-limiting illnesses
Use of ventilators can prolong the suffering of patients with advanced dementia towards the end of life, according to the authors of a long-term study.
It is a privilege to work with families and be able to look after and support them holistically
'Nursing isn't just about saving lives'Subscription
In her first blog, adult branch student editor Lucy Williams discusses how one placement has changed her career path for the better
Failures in workforce planning and lack of investment in training are behind “devastating” shortages of nurses to care for terminally ill children, according to the Royal College of Nursing.