Nursing in Practice March/April 2019 (issue 107) - Page 4

4 CONTENTS MARCH/APRIL 2019 26 The healthcare journal for nurses working outside of hospitals Cogora Limited 140 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5DN T 020 7214 0587 E W Group editor Gemma Collins Editor David Swan Art director James Depree Clinical features editor Isobel Sims Reporter Mimi Launder Commercial director Emma Green Advertising manager Ralph Robinson Advisory board Rhona Aikman RGN BA MN, practice nurse, Gourock Medical Practice Marilyn Eveleigh BA(Hons) PGCE RN RM RHV FWT NP independent nurse consultant, former head of clinical quality and risk, lead nurse, Brighton and Hove City clinical commissioning group Helen Lewis RN BSc(Hons) RM B.Mid(Hons) SpQ BSc(Hons) NP, independent nurse specialist Upfront 6 News Healthcare news roundup 8 Research update Clinical papers that might affect care 22 12 The NHS long-term plan Can it rescue primary care nursing? 20 Chart of the month Marginal growth in the general practice nurse workforce Published in the UK by Cogora Limited, London. Printed in the UK by Alban House Print Services Ltd, London. 22 The new GP contract How will it affect practice nursing? ISSN 1473-9445 Voices 18 Cervical screening campaign puts practice nurses front and centre Marilyn Eveleigh 30 26 ‘The RCN is coming out of the other side of the pay deal settlement’ RCN council chair Sue Warner Professional 30 Becoming a leader on social media Teresa Chinn Clinical 32 In review: hyperlipidaemia patients in primary care Dr Jolanta Weaver and Stefan Chiu 36 Mythbuster: dirty hair makes children more prone to catching head lice Juliet Phillips 38 How to approach an HIV consultation Shaun Watson 42 Picture quiz: common presentations on scalp and hairline March/April 2019 The contents of this publication are protected by copyright. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. The views expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the publisher, editor or editorial board. While the publisher has taken every care with regard to accuracy of editorial and advertisement contributions, they cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions contained therein. 38