Issue : September 2018
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A specialist health visitor in Sussex has developed an innovative board game to help nurses and other professionals understand the importance of a good night’s sleep for children.
The nursing and midwifery regulator has begun introducing a new approach to fitness to practise, which it believes could result in up to 20% fewer cases going to a full public hearing.
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Elysium Healthcare’s Career Advancement Programme helps healthcare support workers to take on more senior roles
More than half of nursing staff have considered leaving the profession due to money problems, according to a “shocking” new survey that has sparked calls for employers to introduce greater support for struggling workers.
A law requiring set nurse-to-patient ratios in intensive care units across a US state has not resulted in anticipated improvements in patient welfare, according to a new study.
Tackling “stigma and prejudice” around mental health is key to addressing nurse recruitment challenges in this field, a leader at a top NHS trust has said.
I work on a surgical ward and we recently had two patients who received an unexpected terminal prognosis – both with young families.
Cheryll Adams CBESubscription
Executive director, Institute of Health Visiting
The UK is “well on the way” to eradicating HIV, health leaders have claimed, after new figures showed diagnoses have reached their lowest level since 2000.
June Andrews OBESubscription
International consultant on the public understanding of dementia