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Eating disorder training

Beat, a charity for people affected by eating disorders, has created a package of training for practice nurses and other primary care health practitioners to improve understanding and awareness of conditions such as bulimia and anorexia.

Reflections: A midwife's tale

More than 800,000 babies are born in the UK every year but just 2.3% of these are home births, says Cheryl Opimo-Fisher, a homebirth midwife at Hillingdon Hospital, London.

Professionalism online

Maintaining your professional persona on and offline can be delicate. Teresa Chinn, Natalie Moore and Alison Inglehearn offer advice on remaining professional while being yourself

Complexity theory in nursing

Complexity theory, as a way of understanding organisations and communities, has been considered as an approach within healthcare management rather than as a nursing tool.

In Your Workplace

NHS Trust HR director Graham White provides an insight into people and workplace issues.

In your workplace

NHS Trust HR director Graham White provides an insight into people and workplace issues.

In Your Workplace

NHS Trust HR director Graham White provides an insight into people and workplace issues.

Spotlighting practice nurses

Carol Williams explains how she went from a working nurse to nursing director of an NHS England area team, and her plans for practice nurses.

In Your Workplace

NHS Trust HR director Graham White answers a question on ageism in job adverts.

The battle for the Bill

Rosemary Cook tells how nursing became a registered profession, improving its standing in the eyes of the public, thanks to a dedicated nurse and a healthy dose of opposition.

General practice workforce

As the pressure on general practice increases Jenny Aston explains initiatives underway to attract and train practice nurses for the task ahead.

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