Opinion and debate
Your views and opinions on current events in nursing
What are we doing to address the ongoing UK crisis in leg ulcer care? Find out how you can help improve care for patients nationwide
By conducting research, Liz Lees strives to make sure nursing is robust and evidence based
"It’s hard to reason with someone who thinks a sick new mother just needs to stay home and eat to get well"
By returning to the continent of her birth to improve neonatal care, Miriam Etter is now securing a better start in life for others
Nurses play a critical role in ensuring people with a terminal illness can achieve the best possible quality of life in the time they have left.
The shortage of qualified nurses means we are facing an unprecedented crisis.
First, I have to get this off my chest. It isn’t a heat wave when it only lasts a day and a half and then gets cloudy. It’s a British summer. We’ve had them before, not every year, obviously, but we have definitely had them.
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We talk to Helen Janiszewski, ward sister at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, who qualified as a midwife in 2003.
Last week Peter Carter left his position as chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, abdicating his throne to his colleague Janet Davies.
There is more to planning a hospital discharge than ordering medications and booking the transport. All the care and treatment that patients receive while in hospital can be compromised if their discharge home leaves them vulnerable.
It is with much sadness that Scotland has lost one of its most distinguished campaigners and former Head of Public Affairs at RCN Scotland.
‘It is peer reviewed and reviewed by children and this adds to the value of the book.’
Confronting bullying can be challenging because bullies try to avoid accountability