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Virtual reality: the next step in nursing education?

In the past, simulation in nursing and healthcare curricula often focused on the teaching and development of clinical skills or procedural competencies with little attention paid to ‘soft skills’....

Enabling informed clinical choice: an NHS Supply Chain initiative

ICC has been developed to assist clinicians in the decision-making process in assessing the suitability of a product. The aim is to provide clinicians with clear illustrations and descriptions of the...

The changes I've seen: my career as a paediatric parenteral nutrition CNS

‘To see patients transition into adult care is evidence of the huge steps made in the world of paediatric parenteral nutrition and intestinal failure’ .

Ten years of tackling malnutrition in the community

The Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community document and supporting patient materials have been supported by 10 key professional and patient associations:.

The 2022 multinational monkeypox outbreak in non-endemic countries

In the UK on 7 May 2022, one case was reported, linked to travel from Nigeria. On 14 May 2022, a familial cluster of two cases of monkeypox was reported in the UK (UKHSA, 2022a). These cases had no...

A way out of pre-registration limbo?

Before the introduction of language tests in 2005, overseas nurses had to undergo an adaptation programme. However, there was a scarcity of NHS-based adaptation places and around 37 000 overseas...

The impact of the war in Ukraine on HIV services

The war in Ukraine has inevitably led to the country's health system functioning at reduced capacity, and attacks near hospitals mean people cannot safely attend for diagnosis or treatment....

Young and early career cancer nurses: sustaining the future of cancer nursing

Cancer is becoming ever more prevalent but, in turn, cancer treatments are improving, resulting in more people surviving or living longer with cancer. Current statistics show that around 375 000 new...

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