Month: May 2016

Mental Health Awareness Week 2016

By Mike Bowyer on 16/05/16

Pulse Psychological Therapies and Pulse Psychiatry People are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW). Running from 16-20 May, MHAW is a campaign promoting mental health education, awareness and advocacy across the globe.

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Building better relationships

By Hayley Fisher on 16/05/16

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week at Pulse and this year’s theme is relationships. Relationships are fundamental to our health and wellbeing. We cannot flourish as individuals and communities without them. In fact, they are as vital as eating well, exercising more and stopping smoking.

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International Nurses Day 2016

By Jacey Coates on 11/05/16
Tagged in nursing

Did you know that nursing is the single largest profession in the global healthcare workforce, with 29 registered nurses for every 10,000 people worldwide? It’s seems only fitting therefore that every year, on 12 May, we celebrate the amazing work that nurses do and take a moment to say ‘thank you’.

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Working as a prison nurse? It’s not for me… Or is it?

By Jacey Coates on 06/05/16
Tagged in nursing

What does working in a prison conjure up in your mind? Possibly thoughts of a scary, dangerous job that’s somehow inferior to working in a hospital or clinic? The truth couldn't be more different. We take a look at some of the many benefits that prison nursing jobs can offer and challenge you to take the bait.

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