In the hotseat ...
Far too many people, who hold positions of power, are dragging their feet and not addressing how to make it safe for staff to speak out, says Helene Donnelly
60 seconds with ...
We talk to Richard Knowles, head of prison healthcare at Care UK, HMP Isle of Wight, who has been a nurse for 34 years.
Taking her skills out of the hospital setting, Anna Tailby cares for children at an activity camp
‘It would be an ideal addition to any collection routinely involved with educating students primarily within their university segments of teaching’
Wellbeing strategies can help you cope with whatever life throws at you
Opinion and blogs
Diabetes UK’s Professional Conference starts today in Liverpool.Barbara Young, Chief Executive of Diabetes UK, tells Nursing Times why the charity’s foot campaign is still a priority.
In nursing, we can be a tiny bit ambiguous in the way we describe each other, don’t you think? Take, for example: “She cares too much.”
Image of Nursing
Only the most ardent retro fan would seriously entertain a return to the days of the nursing cap.
The big question
Will latest research linking degree nurses to fewer deaths stop negative media stories about education?
New research published in the Lancet has found that significantly fewer deaths occur after routine surgery when there is a higher proportion of nurses who are degree educated.
#NTtwitchat live debate: How will the introduction of an apprenticeship route into nursing affect the profession?
We asked the nursing community on twitter what they think of the introduction of an appreticeship route into nursing for healthcare assistants
Poll of the Week
June Clark pays tribute to Dora Frost, one of the most commited activists the RCN ever had.