Communication and Dementia


Dementia is a progressive illness that overtime will affect a person’s ability to communicate. It affects their ability to remember and understand basic everyday facts such as names, dates and places. Later stages of dementia word may be lost completely. As Nurses we will be working with patients with dementia everyday and we need to be able to communicate with … Read More

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Am I too fat to be a Nurse?

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Am I too fat to be a Nurse? – by Amelia Greenwood-blott RMN Hotly debated across swathes of social media and taking up countless column inches this week was the fact that the NMC announced that it’s concerned that many nurses are too fat to do their job! Overweight nurses need to trim down if they want to send the … Read More

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Documentation Tips for Nurses

‘If it’s not documented then its didn’t happen’ It is critical that we make sure everything has been recorded and is recorded appropriately and timely. Documentation is a key factor in nursing and it is our role and responsibility to make sure that it is completed. Failure to document is hard to defend! Check out some quick tips to improve … Read More

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Sheffield Nurse Training Dates


Here are your new dates for specialist Nurse Training! These places are going fast so get booked on as soon as possible. Update your skills and gain CPD hours for Revalidation. To book call the Office on 0330 6600 633 and speak to Mandy or Chrissy, or just drop us a text message with which training sessions you wish to … Read More

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Upcoming Specialist Nurse Training

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Maria Greenwood (Manchester Met University Lecturer) Places are limited and are on a strictly first come first served basis so book your place now! Email

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