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Nursing metrics have been used increasingly in UK health services over the past two years to measure and improve nursing performance and to aid commissioners in linking funding to quality. This article provides an introduction to nursing metrics, including some of the nurse-sensitive indicators...
A compact, accessible book, this is a must-read for midwifery students, midwives returning to practice, and the multiprofessional prescribing team.
With insurance premiums on the rise, it is important to buy only the insurance you need and not pay over the odds.
Thank you for the excellent obituary of Jennifer Worth (June 15), the best-selling author of the Call the Midwife trilogy, who died on May 31 at the age of 75.
A recent television documentary brought services for people with learning disabilities to our attention, but for all the wrong reasons. People with a learning disability have the right to lead their lives free from fear and discrimination.
This beautifully illustrated children’s book on the theme of temper tantrums is written by Phil Hill, an advanced nurse practitioner in South Wales.
Joan Wheeler was closely involved in drafting the act establishing the UK Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting in 1979. She was often at hand in a box behind the Speaker’s chair to advise ministers guiding the legislation through the Commons. Joan was awarded an OBE for...
Nursing students at a prestigious college are helping to draft a pledge for its nurses to take when they have graduated.
Shhhh!’ At one time it was a matter of shame to be silenced in a public library, and I am afraid it happened to me far too often when I was young. Back then, even the over-enthusiastic rustling of a page would elicit an admonishing frown.
Nurses will participate in a one-year scheme to tackle poor cancer survival rates among older people.
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