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Without prejudice

09 November 2004

Nursing Standard

Learning disability nursing award

THOSE OF us with children know that parenting is a difficult job. But how much more difficult would it be if we were...

Up for the challenge

09 November 2004

Nursing Standard

Chief nursing officer’s special award for prison nursing

IMPROVING THE health and wellbeing of a large group of male prisoners, many serving lengthy sentences for serious crimes, might sound like an...

Community spirit

01 May 2011

Cancer Nursing Practice

Careers

THERE ARE various strands to my role: I am the trust’s strategic lead for cancer and palliative care and provide professional nursing advice...

We’re value for money

01 June 2011

Cancer Nursing Practice

Careers

CANCER NURSING is a specialty that is challenging on so many levels. It is about the ‘tender’ aspects of nursing, but at the...

A personal service

01 September 2011

Cancer Nursing Practice

Careers

Throughout her career Fred Corfe has been attracted to jobs that offer her the opportunity to influence patient outcomes. Her first post as...

‘The best job I’ve had’

01 April 2011

Cancer Nursing Practice

Careers

I GOT the bug for advocacy and representing patients when I worked at the King’s Fund, leading a patient-centred care research project. My...

Practical resource

01 November 2011

Cancer Nursing Practice

Careers

Jeni Jones’ first experience in oncology was as a staff nurse in chemotherapy outpatients at the Peterborough District Hospital, now Peterborough City Hospital....

Gluten-free food

30 May 2017

Nursing Management

Web scan

Staple gluten-free (GF) foods have been available on prescription to patients diagnosed with gluten sensitivity enteropathies, such as coeliac disease, since the late 1960s.

Patient-led care

30 May 2017

Nursing Management

Web scan

Former mental health service user and public engagement practitioner David Gilbert writes a blog, the Future Patient Blog, on the possibilities of patient-led...

Violence against women and girls

30 May 2017

Nursing Management

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In 2016, the Scottish Government published a revised version of Equally Safe, Scotland’s strategy to eradicate violence against women and girls.