‘Urgent conditions’ imposed on Shrewsbury and Telford’s maternity and emergency departments
Public Health England issues pre-winter advice to reduce risk of antibiotic resistance
Staff say lack of adequate facilities wastes both their own and patients’ valuable time
Figures show more than a million work days lost over the past three years
Scheme involving 40 front-line staff seen as a ‘really positive measure’
Its report finds significant variation in uptake across England
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In a pioneering initiative, family and friends share end of life care with community nurses
Patients are sometimes allowed to see bedside notes but have no automatic right to do so
Jane Bates recalls a surprising use for the tough loo rolls of yesteryear
Compulsory labels can’t alone turn the tide, says RCN’s Helen Donovan
A trip to outpatients revealed the indignity of an inaccessible toilet
Newly qualified nurses have more options regarding a career path and where they want to live
Nurses must develop the ability to know when and how to delegate
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Mental health trust took action to address the lack of diversity in senior nurse roles