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Saturday 1 November 2014

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30.10.14: Concern about frontline staff morale has doubled in NHS finance managers, a new survey shows
27.10.14: More must be done to tackle the "root causes of ill health" leaders of the health service in England have claimed
27.10.14: Calls and online queries about treating users of 'legal highs' from healthcare professions have climbed dramatically this year
28.10.14: More people than ever joined the national stop smoking event Stoptober this year
30.10.14: Concern about frontline staff morale has doubled in NHS finance managers, a new survey shows
31.10.14: Another strike over NHS pay restraint has been planned for 24 November in England
20.12.12: The Chief Nurse for England has given us a strategy on which to base the care we give our patients, ensuring quality is at the core. Do you know what they stand for?


Margaret Stubbs
Margaret Stubbs explores the relationship between patients and their blood glucose monitor in this blog exclusive to Nursing in Practice
Judy More
Offering toddlers appropriate portion sizes of food can reduce anxiety at meal times and is also a key factor in reducing the risk of obesity. This article, exclusive to Nursing in Practice, gives an advice overview for nurses and health visitors to share
Una Adderley
As a community nurse lecturer, Una Adderley doesn't spend much time at the coalface. She explains her shock at current working conditions for Nursing in Practice
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