Chesterfield Royal Hospital Foundation Trust is supporting more flexible working for nurses, and will monitor and support those who are interested in working nights, whether permanently or in longer blocks. Allowing staff this flexibility will benefit patients and staff, says Jayne Tague
Criticism is one of the most helpful tools management have to aid their workforce if it is used in a constructive way. If it is not, it can ruin a person’s self-esteem and damage a team’s morale, explains student editor for adult nursing, Alisha Poole.
On the way home from an appointment a few weeks ago, I turned the radio on, and heard actor Helen Mirren being interviewed. She was talking about the importance of self-worth. She was suggesting it was often in short supply for young people these days as they felt the value they contributed was not enough.
The problem of erectile dysfunction following myocardial infarction
1 November, 2001
Chris Jones, MSc.Lecturer, Critical Care, School of Health Studies, Edge Hill College, University Hospital Aintree, LiverpoolThe recent campaign of full-page press advertisements relating to erectile dysfunction (ED) illustrated that public attitudes to this distressing disorder may slowly be changing. That we now refer to this problem as ED and not its previous value-laden term 'impotence' is further evidence that ideas are evolving.