Nursing Times

December 2022

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Another 12 months have gone past but we aim to finish 2022 on a high. We have a feature interview with the chief nursing officer for England, Dame Ruth May, where she discusses the issues facing the workforce and her ambitions for the future. Plus, to help you navigate the next few months, we have a round-up on the latest developments in the NHS pay dispute and strike plans across the UK. Other highlights include articles looking at changes to English language requirements for overseas nurses, ultrasound-guided IV cannulation in patients with poor venous access, rib fracture characteristics and complications, and exploring the senses of smell and taste. We also have a varied range of opinion pieces to get your attention, including a clinical comment looking at education for mental health nursing students and views on the benefits of volunteering and an analysis of the government’s Autumn Statement, to name but a few. Plus, don’t miss our consensus document on how to optimise plus-size care, which can be found towards the back of the issue.