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AS A NURSE, you will have many people competing for your time and attention. Things change quickly in healthcare environments, so it is important to be flexible. Determining priorities, which things must be done right away and which can wait, is critical in maintaining your equilibrium.
Your news story about persistent discrimination of nurses from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds (October 14) reveals that many NHS organisations are failing to develop their staff and promote them internally.
YOUR NURSE education is demanding and can be especially stressful during exams, assignment submissions and assessment deadlines, around placement schedules and when dealing with difficult or needy people.
Bethann Siviter needed support and specialist equipment to return to work after her illness. It has been a learning curve for all involved.
I am enjoying the series of art&science articles on pain. As a nurse consultant who has chronic neuropathic pain, may I highlight.
As part of continuing cost-cutting measures, the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA) is to be abolished (analysis August 4). Established asa special health authority in 2001, its core function has been to improve the safety of NHS care by promoting aculture of reporting and learning from adverse events.
The HCA had written: 'Bad day and in a lot of pain. Meds are not working. Needs more help.' Who was really paying attention to me that day?
It sounds like a good idea, but some factors will skew this kind of system. The presence of patients from other specialties, the number of students or nurses who specialties, the number of students or nurses who need mentors or preceptors, agency staff lacking familiarity with the environment, dependent patients awaiting nursing home placements, and… (More)