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  • Mosquito

    Clinical facts: Zika virusSubscription

    Clinical10 February, 2016

    What you need to know about the Zika virus

  • Nursing Times Careers Guide

    Nursing Times Careers Guide

    Features17 June, 2015

    Find your ideal job in nursing with this free supplement

  • Nursing Times career clinic

    Welcome to the Nursing Times career clinic

    Features25 September, 2014

    Open your eyes to new nursing opportunities with our latest recruitment supplement - free to download

  • Ebola virus

    What you need to know about EbolaSubscription

    Features8 August, 2014

    Unclear on the symptoms, risk factors and modes of transmission of Ebola? WHO’s factsheet

  • Nursing Times recruitment special

    Nursing Times recruitment special

    Features23 April, 2014

    Looking for a new career? Nursing Times Recruitment Special is packed full of hints and tips to help you bag your dream job. Remember to print it for future reference.

  • How can you improve nutrition and hydration amoung your patients?

    How can you improve nutrition and hydration among your patients?Subscription

    Features17 March, 2014

    Share your tips for your chance to win our nutrition and hydration week competition

  • Should nurses tell management about inaccurate ward statistics?Subscription

    Focus20 January, 2009

    A nurse is aware that the ward statistics are not being correctly reported to the management. She knows that this is because the ward would benefit financially from the inaccuracies. Should she take any action and if so what?

  • Preparing nurses for a Healthcare Commission assessmentSubscription

    Opinion16 December, 2008

    The Healthcare Commission has informed your trust it will visit in the next three months to carry out an annual performance assessment. A ward sister discovers that her ward is likely to be subject to the visit. What action, if any, should she take?

  • How can I work in an effective way so my skills are enhanced?Subscription

    Opinion2 December, 2008

    It appears to me that a number of specialist nurses are visiting the ward these days and, as a result, the care I am left to carry out is at a very basic level. How can I work with these nurses in a more effective way so that my skills are enhanced?

  • Childrens' access to medical informationSubscription

    Opinion23 November, 2008

    A child of 13 has asked to see her medical records. She is suffering from a terminal illness and her allocated nurse considers that she could be harmed by seeing the information. What laws can be applied to this case?

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