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It’s an essential part of revalidation, but gaining feedback can seem daunting.
Reflect on what you have learned from a CPD article and gain a certificate of learning
Our short film explains the revalidation process
A mum explains how the Brookside Adolescent Inpatient team gave hope to her transgender son
A tribute to the RCN Nurse of the Year 2018, Angela Hall, by her patient the Rev Mark Bond
Student nurse award winner recalls two nurses who cared for her as she recovered from sepsis
The emphasis on feedback from service users is relatively new, but central to improving care
With diabetes on the rise, one nurse has created a practical, customisable ten-point approach
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Nurse counsellors lead the pastoral care services at London’s Royal Marsden Hospital
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Barriers for non-EU nurses are falling to help solve a self-made shortage, says James Buchan
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Two students have developed a training module to allay the concerns of first-years
Reece Doonan shares his experiences of making a big move for his first job after qualifying
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Helping set standards for how information is used gives nurses a say in improving practice
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