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Seventy one nurses in Scotland lost their jobs between September and December last year, bringing the remaining number of nurses working in NHS Scotland to its lowest level since September 2006, the RCN has said.
Heart attacks could be diagnosed up to 12 hours faster if trials of a cardiac vest that presents a three-dimensional computer image of the heart succeed.
Nurses are increasingly becoming involved in ambulance services in England and Wales. This article discusses some of the work they do and why their involvement is important in improving the delivery of emergency care to patients.
For most emergency care teams, initial intravascular access is performed intravenously, despite the challenges posed by low cardiac output physiology. Intraosseous (IO) access has been included in recent Resuscitation Council UK ( 2010 ) adult advanced life support (ALS) guidelines for cases in...
Laws to make the wearing of helmets by cyclists compulsory in the UK should apply to children only, research has concluded.
Emergency Nurse was first published on March 25 1992, as an insert to its sister journal Nursing Standard. This milestone in emergency nursing history marked how far the specialty had grown from the days of casualty departments and, more importantly, how nurses working in the field had developed...
Measures have been set out to reduce emergency department (ED) waiting times and increase patient discharge rates in Northern Ireland (NI).
Whistleblowers who draw attention to poor practice need greater protection from suspensions and dismissals, says a report by the House of Commons health select committee.
Twenty years ago last month, the first issue of Emergency Nurse was published with the aim of keeping nurses up to date with advances in their field of practice.
The RCN’s ( 2012 ) Principles of Nursing Practice are a set of statements about the characteristics of high quality nursing care. This article gives an overview of the principles and demonstrates through a personal reflection that emergency nurses can refer to them when planning and delivering...
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