Recently, I’ve been thinking about risk scores, and whether they work or not.
It is a question that comes up time and again. On a busy ward, whose responsibility is it to feed patients at mealtimes?
As hard as we try to be objective, none of us can stop the instant spark of opinion that enters our head when we meet a new person or encounter a new situation.
So, when I thought about what I could offer in this time of excitement and uncertainty, I wanted to give an honest representation of something that can be quite distressing and humiliating: what happens when you fail - and, more importantly, how do you pick yourself back up again?
Adam talks about the seasonal flu jab and why it's important to have it.
As an NHS student I am given a bursary of around £570 a month. This is sufficient for me to live on, but that’s about it.
An elderly gentlemen was knocked from his scooter after a collision with the back of a car.
For some student nurses, heading into practice for the first time can be a daunting experience with their head swimming with expectations and questions. You may be experiencing the work place for the first time and might be unsure about what’s expected of you.
When you consider some of the most iconic and influential uniforms you would probably have a list that would include the London beefeaters, airline cabin crew and indeed, the crew of Star Trek - my personal, geeky preference.