Issue : September 2018
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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 tells Christine Fernando how a pair of colourful pom-pom-coated characters helped Leeds Community Healthcare Trust get its frontline staff vaccinated against flu
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Macmillan Advanced Nurse Practitioner Emma Earnshaw describes the changes achieved at Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust
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.
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.
Professor of healthcare and workforce modelling, London South Bank University
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.
Associate national clinical director for mental health, NHS Improvement