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Training is needed but not at the cost of staff competition

15 April 2015

Nursing Standard

Letter

In his report for cross-party think-tank Civitas, healthcare researcher Edmund Stubbs argues that insufficient investment in training is to blame for the over...

We must speak of hope as well as catastrophe

23 August 2017

Nursing Standard

Opinion

Al Gore, the former US vice-president and now campaigner on climate change, has just released a follow-up to his groundbreaking 2006 documentary An...

Academic bandwagon

15 April 1998

Nursing Standard

News comment

WE HAVE been following the debate in Nursing Standards Opinion and Letters pages about whether nursing is suffering acreeping academicising.

Research revealed

26 July 2000

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Aim The objective of this study was to investigate nursing research, including topics, funding and publication. Method A database of published biomedical research...

An alliance for action on climate change

25 November 2015

Nursing Standard

Feature

In 1988 the United Nations formed the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, charged with documenting the impacts of climate change and formulating realistic...

Decent proposals

15 January 2003

Nursing Standard

Careers

DESPITE WELCOME new funding, the field of nursing and allied health professional (AHP) research is still highly competitive. This article draws on lessons...

RCN should resist temptation to quit international nursing body

08 May 2013

Nursing Standard

Letters

The RCN is on the cusp of a decision that could have profound effects on nursing worldwide. RCN council faces a momentous choice...