June 2022


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The June 2022 issue of Nursing Times chimes with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. As a result, we are looking back on 70 years of nursing care by speaking to seven nurses who qualified at varying times throughout her reign. We also hear from Queen’s Nursing Institute leader Crystal Oldman on how community nursing has changed while its patron has been on the throne. Fitting in with the historical theme, we celebrate the reopening of the Florence Nightingale Museum in London and discuss the evergreen appeal of the profession’s founder. Meanwhile, we kick off an important new series on the long-term health effects of Covid-19 with a clinical practice article by Elaine Maxwell and an accompanying comment from Health Education England chief nurse and deputy chief nursing officer Mark Radford. And don’t miss articles on CPD for PTSD and substance abuse, treating overactive bladder syndrome and the value of self-care for student nurses.

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