Opinion and debate
Your views and opinions on current events in nursing
The big question
Latest guidance from the Royal College of Nursing states that apologising to a patient making a complaint is not an acceptance of guilt and can help defuse the situation.
Competitions and giveaways
We have FIVE copies of the first two series of medical drama, Saving Hope, to give away!
We have 20 Marks and Spencers vouchers worth £25 each to give away to Nursing Times subscribers!
International Stop the Pressure day
60 seconds with ...
60 seconds with...David Widdas, consultant nurse for children with complex needs at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust
We talk to David Widdas, consultant nurse for children with complex needs at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, who has been a qualified nurse for 25 years.
This book is a brilliant showcase of all the different types of scans and imaging healthcare professionals use when dealing with patients.
Managers should know how to act when employees have problems outside work
Ahh the change in seasons; getting out last year’s cardigans and wondering if you can get away with “retro” for one more year.
Poll of the Week
Health professionals have a duty to raise concerns if they suspect wrongdoing at work.
The UK is once again facing an acute shortage of qualified nurses, at a time when the public is being promised higher standards and safer patient care.