Issue : September 2017
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Older adults given a falls prevention plan in primary care settings are less likely to be hospitalised, according to a US study by nurse researchers.
A midwife from Belfast has been appointed as the Royal College of Midwives’ new director for Northern Ireland.
Nurses and midwives who have trained outside the European Union are from today allowed to apply to come and work in the UK immediately after qualifying.
The chief nurse of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust has apologised after an inquest found “errors in practice” had led to an 85-year-old patient drinking cleaning fluid and dying.
As chair of the Royal College of Nursing’s governing council, I’m calling on as many members as possible – whatever their views – to vote in the college’s forthcoming extraordinary general meeting (EGM) next Friday.
Chief executive officer, Sears Healthcare Ltd
Once again, I have just listened to a well thought out, intellectually advanced, clinically forward-thinking presentation by a nurse.
‘Let’s axe the culture wars on nurse education’Subscription
Rachel Sylvester, The Times journalist, recently argued axing bursaries was an act of self-harm.
The Psychoactive Substance 2016 Act a year on: “Poor legislative changes have increased nursing care for managing NPS use” Subscription
In May 2016, the Psychoactive Substances Act banned the sale, distribution and supply of all “Novel Psychoactive Substances”, ranging from meow meow to Spice, explains David Solomon.
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