Erin Dean

Kate Granger
Nursing Standard

Kate Granger and her lasting legacy

A simple message of patient care and understanding

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Nursing Standard

Film spotlights signs of sepsis in children

Story of actor Jason Watkins and wife Clara, who lost three-year-old daughter Maude to...

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Nursing Standard

Nurses concerned about move to remove ‘ghost patients’ from GP registers

Patients face being axed if they haven’t visited GP for five years and don’t respond to two...

New cabinet
Nursing Standard

What now for nurses and the NHS?

New prime minister means new perspective on nursing issues

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Nursing Management

More time for patients

Shift in hospital culture frees up time

Field hospital in Haiti
Nursing Standard

Nursing in the world's most challenging places

Nurses must develop the necessary skills to work in conflict zones and developing countries

Sickle cell
Nursing Standard

Understanding the pain of sickle cell disease

Nurses need more training to help patients experiencing peaks of pain

Sepsis
Nursing Standard

Clinical update: Sepsis

Clinical update on new NICE guidline on sepsis

Obese worker
Nursing Standard

Overweight? Your chances of getting a job are reduced

Survey suggests obese healthcare staff have fewer career and training opportunities

Budgeting
Nursing Standard

Whoever holds the purse strings holds the power

Nurse managers need to have a budget, understand and control it, and trust management to stand behind the

Phototherapy in incubator
Nursing Standard

Neonatal jaundice

Job interview
Nursing Standard

Be a leading candidate

Nerves can take hold and speech become garbled when you are put on the spot. Here, we offer expert advice on being the best you can be at a job interview.

Nursing Standard

New framework helps you quantify benefits of art therapies

Arts interventions in healthcare can have many benefits, including lowering pressure

Nursing Standard

Trusted family help

As a health visitor for 42 years, Carolyn Taylor is well qualified to say that the job provides the opportunity to improve people’s lives. ‘For someone who wants to make a difference to how children are brought up and protected, it’s as rewarding a profession as it’s always been,’ says the Sunderland health visitor.

Social media
Nursing Standard

Keep an eye on Facebook and Twitter when you're job hunting

Employers are increasingly turning to social media as a recruitment tool

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Cancer Nursing Practice

Cancer nurses give views on revalidation

At the beginning of this month, the first nurses to use the new revalidation system completed their applications and maintained their registration. By April 2019, every nurse and midwife in the UK will have gone through the process

Mental Health Practice

Reflective practice is vital to the revalidation process

At the beginning of this month, the first nurses to use the new revalidation system will have completed their applications to maintain their registration. By April 2019, every nurse and midwife in the UK will have gone through the same process.

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