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Nursing Times: Resources for the Nursing Profession
A leading source of nursing news and the most-visited nursing website in Europe. Includes CPD, clinical research and innovation to support nurses’ careers.
Nursing Times: Resources for the Nursing Profession
A leading source of nursing news and the most-visited nursing website in Europe. Includes CPD, clinical research and innovation to...
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|Exclusive: political parties appeal to nurses to vote for them|
|General election: key party pledges on health and social care|
|Five-week deadline for new government on student pledges, rcn warns|
|Latest clinical articles|
|Bridging the evidence gap in the care of indwelling urethral catheters|
|Creating accessible healthcare environments for people with autism|
|The role of specialist nurses for people with diabetes in hospital|
|Principles and procedure for eye assessment and cleansing|
|Union claims ‘victory’ in lincolnshire health visitor dispute|
|Hospital bed stocks ‘unsustainably low’ as norovirus forces closures|
|Pilot study to assess potential of whole-genome screening in primary care|
|Domestic abuse survivors at ‘higher risk of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue’|
|Support for cpd and nmc revalidation|
|What is nursing times learning?|
|Students nursing times|
|‘give more consideration to your placement learning experiences’|
|‘we have a duty to keep our patients and staff safe’|
|‘we are all nurses, don’t forget that’|
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|‘ıs the harsh reality that people don’t really want an nhs?’|
|The future of britain’s most trusted profession will be shaped by its least trusted|
|‘putting patients at the heart of research is our team focus’|
|Join us at the patient flow forum in 2020|
|‘we are helping everyone on our register provide better care’|
|‘the ultimate losers from ‘hollowing out’ the nursing workforce will be patients’|
|‘this election, change is necessary and improvement is possible’|
|Donna kinnair: ‘nurses in northern ıreland won’t carry this burden alone’|
|‘our teams are passionate about supporting patients’|
|Nursing expertise in hospital design: the nuffield health perspective|
|Supporting patients at every stage of living with head and neck cancers|
|Tackling language barriers in healthcare|
|Unlock your potential|
|Transforming outcomes with a leg ulcer pathway|
|How to avoid nurse burnout|
|Nurses support their young: from competitors to mentors|
|New: centenary of the nursing register|
|Nursing times awards|
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|Cpd and teaching resources|
|We are proud to work with macmillan cancer supportclick here to visit the macmillan microsite for free resources to support you and your patients|
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