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Creating caring cultures in health and social care: Getting started

This animation was commissioned by the Foundation of Nursing Studies to help staff adapt to culture change, giving them ideas on how to get started, understanding that culture change can be difficult.

This animation was commissioned by the Foundation of Nursing Studies to help staff ...

Remaining independent with Alzheimer's disease

With the support of family, carers and Alzheimer's Society, Rose has lived on her own since her husband died 30 years ago. In this film Rose, her daughter Sue, and her carer Elizabeth talk about how Rose manages.

Paediatric food allergies

This talk reviews cow milk protein allergy in infants and its treatment. It also briefly looks at the treatment options for gastro-osophageal reflux and some general observations on infant cry, fuss behaviour. Other food allergies occur more commonly in the older infant or toddler.

The Shape of Caring Review

The Shape of Caring Review, commissioned by Health Education England (HEE) in partnership with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), was published on 12 March. In the report Lord Willis, Chair of the review, makes 34 recommendations for the future education and training of nurses and care ...

What is FGM?

A short video providing information on FGM for healthcare professionals.

Pulmonary rehabilitation

A respiratory nurse specialist and patients explain pulmonary rehabilitation, and how exercise can improve the symptoms of COPD.

5As of obesity management

The Canadian Obesity Network's 5As of Obesity Management™ provides a simple framework to manage obesity by ASKing, ASSESSing, ADVISing, AGREEing, and ASSISTing your patients to better manage their weight and health.

Understanding COPD

COPD (bronchitis and emphysema) affects an estimated three million people in the UK, and smoking is a major cause. There is a lot that can be done to relieve the symptoms and improve quality of life.

Lecture: The diabetes listener

Jackie Sturt, Professor of Behavioural Medicine in Nursing at the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King's College London, discusses being a 'diabetes listener' in her inaugural lecture.

Jackie Sturt, Professor of Behavioural Medicine in Nursing at the Florence ...

Malnutrition in the UK

Experts discuss the size of the problem of malnutrition in the UK, why they feel national guidance on managing malnutrition in the community is required and how the malnutrition pathway supports this.

Conservative handling of pay labelled provocative

Nurses in England would have received the one per cent pay rise if Labour was in government said Andy Burnham, the shadow health secretary.

Nurses in England would have received the one per cent pay rise if Labour was in government said Andy Burnham, the shadow health secretary.On 24 ...

Andy Burnham interview: Doing better for the vulnerable

Andy Burnham tells Rita Som why his vision for a more integrated system will rely on community nurses.

Having fetched me a cup of coffee, the shadow health secretary talks about his day, complete with domestic details: 'I travelled down from the North this morning after packing my kids' ...

Midwives, nurses and other NHS staff strike over pay

Members of the RCM, Unite and Unison in England have staged a walkout over pay.

Members of the RCM, Unite and Unison in England have staged a walkout over pay. The strike, which focused on non-emergency services, began at 7am today and finished at 11am. From Tuesday, union members ...

Skills, commissioning and the 6Cs

Jane Cummings, chief nursing officer for England, speaks to Rita Som about the 6Cs, working in primary care and leadership

Rita: Why the 6Cs and not some other initiative? What led you to the 6Cs?Jane: The 6Cs were built on a programme I was running nationally before I was appointed as ...

Inhaler aims to combat poor inhaler technique

A new inhaler designed to address poor inhaler technique is now available in the UK.

A new inhaler designed to address poor inhaler technique is now available in the UK. DuoResp Spiromax® is licensed for patients aged 18 or over with asthma or COPD. The inhaler contains a mixture of a ...

RCN's primary care lynchpin

Dr Marina Lupari is the RCN's new professional lead for primary and community care. In an exclusive interview, she tells Rita Som what drives her, what needs to be done and why she is best placed to do it.

Dr Marina Lupari is the RCN's new professional lead for primary and ...

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