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How regional trauma systems improve outcomes

09 October 2015

Emergency Nurse

Art & Science

Management of severely injured patients is complex and requires organised, expert care. Regionalised trauma systems are relatively new in the UK and aim to deliver...

Facing death – but enjoying life to the full

26 September 2017

Learning Disability Practice


A team of learning disability nurses has created an end of life care package for clients that is helping them have a good death while supporting them to live their...

Nominations now open for the RCNi Nurse Awards 2018

27 November 2017

Learning Disability Practice


The search for the best of the best in nursing is under way with the launch of the RCNi Nurse Awards 2018, the profession’s top accolade.

Meet Melanie Davies – RCN Nurse of the Year

26 May 2017

Learning Disability Practice


‘Paul wasn’t properly observed when he was on the ward and didn’t receive the treatment he needed to allow him to stay alive. We can’t be certain what the outcome...

Award winners create a framework for better care

25 May 2016

Learning Disability Practice


A TEAM of four consultant nurses who created the Health Equalities Framework (HEF) was named winner of the Learning Disability Nursing category at the RCNi Nurse...

An opportunity to celebrate the best of emergency care

08 December 2017

Emergency Nurse


The RCNi Nurse Awards – the profession’s top accolade – launch this month with a new category to celebrate emergency nurses’ outstanding contribution to patient...

Support for bereaved families in the emergency department

14 September 2017

Emergency Nurse


When Rhian Burke felt the healthcare system failedher following the death of her son George, and the subsequent suicide of her husband, she decided to set up 2 Wish...

Meet Drew – winner in the Child Health category

12 May 2017

Emergency Nurse


‘My goal as a nurse is to ensure that every child attending our department is given the best care possible. We should treat the families as if they were our own, and...

Emergency nurse spearheads huge improvement at Kent trust

10 November 2017

Emergency Nurse


‘I have never worked anywhere that was so unsafe for patients,’ says emergency department (ED) nurse consultant Cliff Evans of Medway Maritime Hospital in Kent. He...

Recognition for nurse who shunned retirement and came back to work

08 July 2015

Cancer Nursing Practice


A RETIRED colorectal surgical nurse who missed her job so much that she returned to work for her trust’s staff bank has been named runner up in the bank nurse...
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