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Four readers panellists were asked if the Olympics and Paralympics will leave a lasting health legacy for the UK (reflections September 12).
I read with interest the careers article (August 8)where Heather Lawrence, Monitor's new non-executive director and a former trust chief executive, outlined her belief that nurses have the skills required for careers in senior management.
The headline 'Exercise can help to alleviate the fatigue associated with cancer' (clinical digest November 28) summarises the contents of a recent entry to the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
As a discharge planning manager in a hospital of nearly 1,000 beds, with no palliative care ward, I know that end of life care happens in many general ward areas and is of a high standard. I also know many patients receive good end of life care in nursing homes.
I like the idea of using mindfulness and meditation to help avoid work stress and improve resilience (news July 18). It can surely do no harm for all nurses to allocate a few minutes every day for reflection and meditation.