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27 June, 2018Steve Ford
More than a hundred members of the nursing profession have been given the Queen’s nurse title, in recognition of their commitment to patient care in the community.
26 March, 2018
The creation of new nursing support roles has blurred the boundaries of registered nurses’ roles and raises questions of accountability and delegation. This article comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
29 August, 2017
Informal carers have huge unmet support needs that community nurses are struggling to address. A new nurse role dedicated to supporting carers could provide an answer. This article comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
30 January, 2017
In Wales, an acute clinical team delivers patient-centred intermediate care to support people in their homes and reduce hospital admissions
5 December, 2016
Moving care into the community is a prominent feature of health policy. Nurses have a role to play in the redeployment of services to primary care
8 January, 2016Shaun Lintern
The NHS is continuing to recruit record levels of qualified nursing staff, according to the latest workforce data – but some groups such as district nursing have seen double digit falls.
29 December, 2015Jo Stephenson
A nurse and her dairy farmer husband say they have reverted to an “old-fashioned” approach to quality in launching a home care business serving rural communities.
11 December, 2015Nicola Merrifield
Community nurses affected by the recent flooding in Cumbria are being offered £500 grants by charitable association the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
15 April 2019Nursing Times News Desk
Most accident and emergency patients with a suspected urinary tract infection (UTI) and who are treated with antibiotics actually lack evidence of this infection, warn UK researchers.