In the hotseat ...
Having a complaint voiced about your clinical care can be devastating, says Malisa Pierri
60 seconds with ...
60 seconds with...Kate Jack, usually an advanced virology (hepatitis) specialist nurse at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust
We talk to Kate Jack, usually an advanced virology (hepatitis) specialist nurse at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, now undertaking a master’s degree in research methods. She is an executive committee member of HCV Action. She has been a nurse for 23 years.
‘This edition needs to be on the shelf for all who teach and needs to ensure that technology is not a barrier to teaching, but a tool to move with the ever changing world we live in.’
If you haven’t accomplished your new year’s resolutions, it’s not too late to do so
Opinion and blogs
The reforms are considered by many to be a guise for the privatisation of our health service, says Kathryn Anderson
One of the advantages of writing fiction as opposed to sociology, for example, is that fiction tends to invite a conversation whereas sociology often invites an argument.
Image of Nursing
Only the most ardent retro fan would seriously entertain a return to the days of the nursing cap.
The big question
It has recently been announced that nurses who work for private companies, which provide care funded by the health service, will be granted access to the NHS pension scheme.
June Clark pays tribute to Dora Frost, one of the most commited activists the RCN ever had.