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Readers’ panel: Is the introduction of nursing associates undermining graduate nurses?

The nursing associate role is intended to bridge the gap between healthcare assistants and...

Letter: was the fight for graduate entry nursing a total waste of time?

Veronica Burton says even Jeremy Hunt wouldn’t suggest apprenticeship training for doctors...

Letter: Conference highlights importance of nursing degrees

Diamond celebration of Edinburgh University's nursing studies department celebrates...

Readers’ panel: Should sugary drinks be banned from NHS hospitals?

In an effort to tackle obesity among health service employees, NHS England has launched a...

Readers’ panel: Is a reluctance to upset people contributing to the ‘normalisation’ of...

As new figures show that obesity rates in children are rising, England’s chief medical...

Readers' panel: is the 1% pay cap destroying nurses’ morale?

Nurses have suffered a real terms pay cut of 14% since 2010. RCN lead pay negotiator Josie...

Letter: a tribute to Dr John Adams

John Adams was a strong advocate of nursing history and a gifted speaker, writer and editor...

How to blog your way to success

Want to write a blog but not sure where to start? Expert blogger Liz Charalambous has some...

Readers’ panel: do nurses need training to cope with rude colleagues?

A new study from researchers at the University of East Anglia and a Canadian university has...

Letter: Our profession must unite to fight the introduction of the nursing associate...

The decision to introduce nursing associates goes against all the evidence says Jenny Hunt

Letter: The GMC supports doctors, why doesn't the NMC do the same for nurses?...

David Harding-Price urges the NMC to 'stop taking nurses for granted'

Readers’ panel: should NHS trusts be exposed for high spending on agency staff?

NHS Improvement recently announced plans to ‘name and shame’ trusts with the worst record on...

Readers’ panel: should NHS staff ask suspected health tourists for identification...

In a bid to crack down on ‘health tourism’, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation...

Letter: Getting it right when it comes to patient notes

When it comes to sharing information we seem to have forgotton 'Nothing about me without me...

Letter from Zambia 4: The students are ready to return to critical care

The team teaching critical care nurses in Zambia have to think quickly to create meaningful...

Letter from Zambia 3: A salutary lesson in the value of a team approach

Our students identified a potential risk to the patency of the patient’s airway

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