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Why the skills of assistant practitioners and nursing associates could bridge the gap

Assistant practitioners and nursing associates can help relieve pressure on busy nurses

Why nursing in remote communities can be such a rewarding challenge

Four Queen's Nurses working in Scotland provide an insight into their different roles

Cautions against catheters

Nurses should constantly review the need to continue with catheters, says updated guidance

How in house staff development can grow your own district nurses

A trust has devised a range of courses to develop the skills of all its nursing workforce

The network for general practice nurses of the future

How student ambassadors are helping to promote the specialty as a first-choice career

Patient-led initiative targets heart failure in primary healthcare

Marvellous Mentors is aiming to improve awareness of heart failure

COPD flare-ups: how to end the ‘gross overuse’ of antibiotics

Earlier and better patient education is needed to promote self-management

How compassion and kindness can change a community

A volunteer-run social initiative is helping local people to support those in crisis

Introducing the board game that helps nurses promote healthy sleep in children

Ruth Silverman on how her Sleep Game can bolster knowledge of sleep patterns and behaviours

Outstanding nurses whose compassion and innovation won recognition

We hope our roll-call of amazing nurses will inspire you to nominate yourself or a colleague...

Stemming the tide of violence towards NHS staff

With the 'threat of violence a daily reality', measures are being taken by government to...

Ground breaking nurse Jane Chiodini's five top travel health tips...

Essential travel health advice: what nurses need to know from the new dean of the faculty of...

Flu jabs for asthma patients: 6 tips that can help save lives

How to explain the benefits of vaccination in reducing asthma attack risks

Empowering health visitors and child clinics to get babies moving

An initiative to promote babies’ movement is showing strong developmental outcomes

Coordinating care: whose responsibility is it?

What do residents want from health and social care providers?

Nurse leadership is central to success of the new integrated care systems

Nurses need a seat at the table if they're to improve integration and outcomes

Using neighbourhood networks to enable people to die at home

In a pioneering initiative, family and friends share end of life care with community nurses

Receiving cancer care in the workplace

The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre offers people in the north west of England cancer care in...

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