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Issue : September 2018

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  • Alison Leary

    ‘There is little understanding of the many job titles in nursing’Subscription

    Opinion6 September, 2018

    Last year some colleagues and I published a paper on the variety of job titles in nursing. It showed that there was a lack of clarity and a lot of confusion. It also became clear that some employers were asking or allowing unregistered staff to use titles that indicated a more complex level of practice and education – for example, associate advanced nurse practitioner

  • joanne reynard

    ‘We had to do something different to get the message out’Subscription

    Opinion7 September, 2018

    Joanne Reynard tells Christine Fernando how a pair of colourful pom-pom-coated characters helped Leeds Community Healthcare Trust get its frontline staff vaccinated against flu

  • Nursing student

    ‘What’s with all the negativity?’Subscription

    Features7 September, 2018

    Can you advise this student nurse?

  • 50 studies

    50 studies every palliative care doctor should knowSubscription

    Book review25 September, 2018

    ’This book is aimed at professionals with a special interest in palliative care’

  • Acute Oncology Team

    A new seven-day service

    News20 September, 2018

    Macmillan Advanced Nurse Practitioner Emma Earnshaw describes the changes achieved at Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust

  • NHS Lanarkshire

    A&E nurse invents transfer board with a built in weighing scaleSubscription

    News26 September, 2018

    A nurse who has invented a new weighing scale for immobile patients believes it could save lives by ensuring they get vital drugs more quickly on admission to hospital.

  • holly matthews

    Actress praises hospice nurses who cared for her late husbandSubscription

    News20 September, 2018

    An actress whose husband and father of her two daughters died of a brain tumour last year has paid tribute to the “incredible” hospice nurses who supported the family in his final days.

  • Alison Leary, professor of healthcare and workforce modelling, London South Bank University

    Alison LearySubscription

    Advisory Board4 September, 2018

    Professor of healthcare and workforce modelling, London South Bank University

  • flu girl sneeze

    All NHS frontline nurses ‘expected’ to have flu vaccineSubscription

    News7 September, 2018

    All frontline health service staff will be “expected” to have a influenza vaccination, as part of a comprehensive plan for winter, NHS leaders have announced today.

  • Andy Brogan, associate national clinical director for mental health, NHS Improvement

    Andy BroganSubscription

    Advisory Board5 September, 2018

    Associate national clinical director for mental health, NHS Improvement

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