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Macmillan: how nurses can tackle online cancer myths and bogus cures

Research shows thousands are made anxious, depressed or confused by false information online

Scotland’s integrated workforce plan is only a first step for district nursing

Challenge to deliver commitments amid service pressures, clinical complexity, nurse vacancies

CPD: is your employer reluctant to give you protected learning time?

Nurses struggling to negotiate time out during working hours can seek support

It’s high time we sing the praises of general practice nurses

Despite staff shortages, practice nurses go the extra mile and make the best use of...
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Improving the health and well-being of unpaid carers – initiatives with impact

How Commitment to Carers award nominees have shared their work and inspired others

How Marie Curie's Talkabout campaign tackles taboo around death and dying

Early and open conversations can make a huge difference to the end of life experience

Nurses should be given technology for instant access to patient records

The technology exists for multidisciplinary teams to instantly share updated patient records

How Facebook transformed our breast screening service

Uptake increased thanks to social media posts and a messaging app

Stop blaming nurses for malnutrition in older people

Focus instead on the widespread myths in the community about healthy eating

WHO’s $60 million mental health initiative should not ignore nursing

Nurses are strangely absent from the World Health Organization’s five-year mental health plan

A clinical director's learning curve

Primary Care Network clinical director Julie Hoskin reflects on her first 100 days in post

International year of the nurse and midwife offers a chance to showcase our talents

2020 will be a rare opportunity to demonstrate the value of nursing to the wider world

How nurses can support people with ME

Often referred to as the ‘invisible illness’, ME can be a highly debilitating condition

General practice nurses are super nurses, not doctors’ helpers

Frustrated and often undervalued, is it time to reconsider the general practice nurse role?

Stop blaming the anti-vax bogeyman and focus on immunisation services

Investing in nurses and resources to educate parents is more pressing than battling fake news

It is healthy to grieve and reflect when a patient dies

A community nurse argues that grieving when a patient dies shows she has done her job well

Sexual health services reform has unintended outcomes

Changes in sexual health services affected workforce skills, but RCN resources are helping

UK district nursing survey aims to provide true picture of the service

District nursing team leaders encouraged to complete the survey

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