5 Common Questions (and Answers) About Military Nurses

You may be forgiven for assuming that military nurses, like other types of nurses, are healthcare professionals who provide medical care to patients, but military nursing is a starkly different career with many different circumstances. On the face of it, the following questions may seem obvious to some, but to this day, military nursing is

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A Nurse’s Language Guide: the Importance of Effective Communication

Nurses have a multitude of responsibilities when it comes to caregiving, and communication is one of the things that tops the list. Whether it’s with service users or other healthcare professionals, communication is an important part of any nurse’s career. However, in nursing, it’s not just what say but how you say it that matters.

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#EveryNurse Job Profile: Custody Nurse

Resilient, strong-minded, and determined are some of the words used to describe custody nurses. Using highly-developed skills to really make a difference epitomises the world of custody nursing. Work alongside police officers and members of the justice system Provide care to detained persons held in police custody suites Salary: starting from £33,000 per annum A

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#EveryNurse Job Profile: Military Nurse

Both nursing and the military have been around for many years, so it’s no surprise that the two professions are so intertwined. While military nurses share some of the same responsibilities as traditional nurses, they are educated in more than nursing skills – they’re also trained specifically in how to work with military patients and

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#EveryNurse: One-On-Ones with Nurses

In honour of Florence Nightingale’s birthday, we are coming together to celebrate International Nurses Day. Here at CRG, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to celebrate the brilliant work nurses do. Hence why we’re shining a spotlight on nurses as we speak to them one-on-one on all things nursing; from their day-to-day responsibilities

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