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Professional Resource Centre

Professional Resource Centre

The Nursing in Practice Professional Resource Centre aims to provide you with the latest updates in professional issues related to pay, clinical skills, career development and employment.

With the responsibilities of the primary care nurse increasing and the new requirement for nurses to be educated to degree level, extra support and recognition are vital for all professionals working in this setting. The coalition’s NHS reforms have provided extra challenges and the work of the primary care nurse, in the GP practice or in the community, is a key part of the drive for better public health.

Latest professional news

20.03.17: Nearly 100 councils across England have reported that care home firms have cancelled their contracts with them due to insufficient payments.
16.03.17: The inconsistencies in the way practice nurses are paid can make it difficult to ask for a higher salary or improvements to contract agreements.
16.03.17: The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has released a report on called NHS reality check: Delivering care under pressure today (16 March) which highlights the burdens faced by the acute sector.
14.03.17: A new report published by The King’s Fund has found that patients are being left without pain medication for up to eight hours during end-of-life care due to cuts in nursing staff.
14.03.17: Professor Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England has today outlined the challenges she believes the nursing profession will face over the next five years at the annual CNO summit, taking place in Birmingham today (Tuesday).

Latest professional clinical articles

Monday 20 February 2017
Working collaboratively with other local teams ensures joined-up care for patients with long-term conditions.
Friday 17 February 2017
Can the NHS overcome the many challenges it faces in 2017, or are there yet more hurdles to come?
Friday 17 February 2017
Following plans to overhaul the workforce and scrap the nursing bursary, Alice Harrold speaks with the executive dean of Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London to find out what the future holds for the profession.
Friday 9 December 2016
As the training for nursing associates kicks off in December, Alice Harrold explores what the rest of the profession thinks of the new role.
Monday 23 May 2016
Every practice in England is set to receive resource packs on how to make their surgeries more friendly for patients with an autism spectrum disorder

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Tuesday 19 July 2011
In our latest online survey we looked at the subject of skincare and your experiences of treating patients with scars and stretchmarks. Read on for a summary of the results ...
Thursday 20 January 2011
Practices are being expected to do more with the same or fewer resources. Effectively managing same-day appointments is becoming more important than ever, and nursing teams are being expected to play an ever greater role, say Jeremy Dale and Lynn Shrimpton

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