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Philip Darbyshire
Retiring at end of 2019 after 45 years in Nursing. Just need to fix a few things first 😊
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Chad Priest 8h
We're partial to this nurse for sure at ...
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We have entrepreneurialism in our Nursing DNA. Say thanks this Nurses Day, eg, to Cynthia Wellings, founder & CEO of Ausmed for amazing contribution to nurses’ prof development over a generation.
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Somewhere, today, a nurse is taking a potential patient dignity emergency just as seriously as a 'medical' one.
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We have entrepreneurialism in our Nursing DNA. Say thanks this Nurses Day, eg, to Clara Barton. Founder of the American Red Cross: Take this opportunity to thank a nurse
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Australian neuroscientist Bruce Murdoch nearly went to jail for making up data via
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Tougher action needed in the fight against scientific fraud via
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Investigation prompts 5th retraction for cancer researcher for "unresolvable concerns"
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This professor has attracted millions in funding — and six retractions of his work via
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‘Knitting Is Coding’ and Yarn Is Programmable in This Physics Lab
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Where should children die?
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We have entrepreneurialism in our Nursing DNA. Say thanks this Nurses Day, eg, to Dame Cecily Saunders. Founder of Hospice & Palliative Care in UK.
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Sian Pritchard Oct 16
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Is there no end to how we abuse people these days?
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Philip Darbyshire 12h
'Grounds' for celebration 👏☕️
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How arts & humanities can help staff understand & improve patient experience: Masterclass:
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When I began my PhD in the mid 1980s, there were about 3 books on qualitative research in nursing available. In total!! This was one of them
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Social media in health. Who is getting it right?
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Thank God for that :-)
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What hospitalised children in NSW think: “Admitted Children and Young Patients Survey”
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Somewhere, a nurse noticed the importance of "the left hip & shoulder" & created blessing amid grief, beyond words:
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