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Twenty years of care

01 May 2012

Emergency Nurse

Careers

WHEN RCN Publishing launched Emergency Nurse, 20 years ago, Ernie Botley was a lecturer practitioner at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, and was contributing to...

Face to face

01 June 2009

Learning Disability Practice

Careers

Maurice Devine qualified as a learning disability nurse in 1981 and as an adult nurse in 1988. In the late 1990s he moved from learning disability services to...

Journal scan

01 February 2013

Emergency Nurse

Resources

Little is known about the severity or outcomes of injuries sustained while cycling, according to the authors of this retrospective study of injuries among cyclists...

The role of nurses in ambulance services

11 April 2012

Emergency Nurse

Feature

Nurses are increasingly becoming involved in ambulance services in England and Wales. This article discusses some of the work they do and why their involvement is...

Seeing both sides

01 February 2013

Emergency Nurse

Careers

AFTER 20 years of working almost exclusively in emergency care, Lindsay Etherington started to think about how she could use her extensive clinical and managerial...

Nurses who work in the ambulance service

11 May 2012

Emergency Nurse

Feature

This article provides five case studies to illustrate the increasing involvement of nurses in ambulance services in England and Wales, and how their work complements...

Policies and practice

01 November 2010

Emergency Nurse

Web Scan

NHS Evidence, a website that allows all health and social care workers to access a wide range of information on quality patient care, has a dedicated emergency and...

Competence update

01 November 2012

Emergency Nurse

Journal scan

An RCN update of its competencies for adult and children’s orthopaedic and trauma practitioners, including healthcare assistants and assistant or associate...

Ambulatory care

01 November 2012

Emergency Nurse

Journal scan

Ambulatory emergency care (AEC) can reduce pressure on the NHS by ensuring that emergency care takes place on the day of presentation and that admissions are...

Patients who use drugs

01 November 2012

Emergency Nurse

Journal scan

Online resources for drug treatment and recovery have been added to the National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse (NTA) website, at...
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