Nursing News

Advocate of ‘Primary Nursing’ Approach Died at 76

On Oct. 21, Joyce C. Clifford, a professional nurse who supported a relationship of equals among doctors and nurses when it comes to the treatment of patients, and her ideas were taken in by some of the country’s leading hospitals for the reason that they minimized medical errors and at the same time helped improve […]

What is Elder Abuse?

Oftentimes, when a person thinks that his parents can no longer provide and take care of themselves nursing homes are considered the best option. With a variety of nursing homes promising ideal and effective care to aged clients picking up one may seem difficult for many. However, regardless of the location and the personnel these […]

Woman Recovered from Illness with the Help of Private Carers

Because a woman was not very happy regarding the level of care that some nurses were providing her elderly mother, she decided to hire private carers to work undercover and have them look after her mother. Annette Townend, who acted out of desperation, shelled out £1,000 to hire private carers to provide her mother, who […]

Two Nurses Charged with Negligence

In a hearing, apparently two nurses were not around when an elderly patient died from choking on a bit of sausage after they were not able to resuscitate him. Maureen Harper and Patrick Wilson-Canning let the 80-year-old patient, who had Alzheimer’s, to eat the wrong meal without supervision, and this was reported to the Nursing […]

Nurse Undergoes Panel Discipline Due to Sexual Misconduct

David Omolayo Ayoola Ajayi, a mental health nurse in Northampton was found guilty for several sexual misconduct while working as West Lodge from 2006-2008. The Nursing and Midwifery Council placed that ruling over him in London.  The decision was made this Friday without the presence of the nurse. He was willing to allow the proceedings […]