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What Does A Paediatric Nurse Do?

12th October 2018

The role of a Paediatric Nurse is both versatile and rewarding. For Medical Professionals who love working with babies, children and teens, paediatric nursing is an excellent career choice. However, before you commit yourself to pursuing a role in a paediatric ward or clinic, you need to know what the job entails as well as […]..

Nursing Recruitment

Nursing Recruitment – 6 Benefits Of Technology

5th October 2018

Nursing recruitment is just the latest field to be revolutionised by new and innovative technology, and it could be the answer to the current staffing crisis. In the field of nursing recruitment, the idea that AI robots could take over human jobs is pure myth. There are currently 24,000 nursing vacancies to be filled worldwide, and the […]..

nursing responsibilities

Nursing Responsibilities – Can Tech Help?

21st September 2018

Nursing responsibilities are both rewarding and challenging. On the one hand, Nurses get to work with children and adults to make a real difference in their lives. On the other, Nurses often work in pressure-filled environments, and the role can be both physically and emotionally draining…

becoming a nurse

Becoming A Nurse – What’s The Best Route To Get You There?

13th September 2018

  If you’re thinking of becoming a nurse, you might be wondering about the different routes into the profession. Whether you’re just starting out in the medical field or you’re looking for a career change, nursing is a fulfilling and rewarding career that offers plenty of progression opportunities. As an experienced nurse, you may pursue […]..

oncology nurse

What Does An Oncology Nurse Do?

11th September 2018

An oncology nurse is a registered nurse who cares for and supports patients who have cancer. As an oncology nurse, you will work with a multi-disciplinary team in a variety of settings – including clinics, hospital wards, transplant units, and community healthcare centres. You may also work with patients of varying ages, from children to […]..

nursing qualifications

Nursing Qualifications – What Role Will Tech Play In The Future?

6th September 2018

The future of technology is both exciting and uncertain, but how does it stand to affect nursing qualifications, and the healthcare sector in general? Much discussion has been had about “transforming the NHS” with technology. As a result, there have been genuine concerns from healthcare professionals about what that means for the future of nursing […]..

mental health nurse jobs

Mental Health Nurse Jobs – What To Expect

4th September 2018

If you’re looking for mental health nurse jobs, you might wonder what a career in this field is actually like. Mental illness is more prevalent than ever in the UK, and it is estimated that one in four people will experience some form of mental ill health in any given year. As such, the job of a […]..

nursing equipment

How Tech Is Revolutionising Nursing Equipment

31st August 2018

Every year, more and more technological inventions are introduced to the healthcare field, providing opportunities to streamline workflow, increase productivity and improve patient care. From electronic health records to barcode scanning, nursing equipment and the technology it uses has formed a vital element of nursing for some time, but over the past few years, the […]..

communication in nursing

Communication In Nursing – The Importance of Tech

28th August 2018

“Poor communication is one of the most common causes for dissatisfaction with health services. Research evidence shows the strong links between team communication and clinical outcomes.” The Royal College of Nursing Any registered nurse will know just how important communication in nursing is…

nursing competencies

Nursing Competencies – What You Need To Know

21st August 2018

Working as a nurse is one of the most rewarding and impactful jobs a person can pursue – but with it also comes real responsibility and accountability. As key caregivers for some of the most vulnerable members of society in moments of their life that may involve pain, fear or distress, nurses must uphold the […]..