News & Articles

Support BAME healthcare professionals

By Nonyelum Anigbo

Nonyelum is a pharmacy student but is very active within the BAME community and is passionate about supporting BAME healthcare professionals. She has written a blog to show how this can be achieved.

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Complaints Services

By Nonyelum

This blog provides details and links to various complaints services within the NHS.

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Awareness Context Theory

By Dr Lynn Furber
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Communicating with people with learning disabilities

By Jillian Palwyn

Jillian shares her expertise of talking to people with learning disabilities

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Helping healthcare professionals practice self care

By Sheena Campbell

We consider ways we can help healthcare professionals (HCPs) practice self care. Through reflection and experiential learning they can learn to throw the proverbial monkey off their backs.

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The importance of good administration in patient care and wellbeing

By Sheena and Olivia

Administration is a vital part of the NHS, and when it goes wrong, it can have a huge impact on patients.

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Conversations with patients: Reflections from a student nurse

By Abi Banham
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Online Services in Primary Care

By Alicia Hassall

Online services in primary care.

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What is self-management?

By Alicia Halsall

Patients have told us they are confused by the term self-management and what it means for them and their healthcare? Are they to be abandoned and left to their own devices?

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Translation – A Language Barrier

By Jesica Antwi

Translation is a language barrier for many people, especially in the ever-growing globalised societies we live. We will touch on some of the pros and cons of using family members to translate.

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Professional Interpreters

By Dr Lynn Furber

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Avoid Using Medical Jargon

By Alicia Hassall

Recently my friends and I have realised that we are using medical jargon without even noticing. We are medical students and are continually learning.

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