'Your hospital choir has a song for you'Subscription
Hospital choirs are booming – and that’s just the basses.
The NHS lost more nurses than it recruited last year, and more than half of those who left were under the age of 40.
The ever-marching progress from the Nursing and Midwifery Council in expanding the role of the qualified nurse is the biggest thing to happen to nursing since it became a degree-level qualification.
'With Terry Pratchett's death, dementia care has lost a powerful and ferocious advocate'Subscription
Sir Terry Pratchett’s death is a terrible loss. Not only to the millions of Discworld fans around the world but, perhaps more importantly, to the nursing community and those who are part of the fight against dementia.
With just a 3% success rate last year, is it worth healthcare workers having the flu vaccine?Subscription
Rob Lambkin-Williams and research nurse Karen Price explain why it is more important than ever for healthcare workers to protect themselves and their patients with the flu vaccine
Anyone who has dealt with a toddler will be all-too familiar with incessant questioning.
Your opinions and experiences of speaking out about poor care.
Gary Walker is a former chief executive of United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust. He claims he was forced out of his job in 2009 after trying to alert the strategic health authority to problems in his trust that were putting patients at risk.
Why I'm giving up mentorship: an updateSubscription
Brian’s article in NT about giving up mentorship caused a stir among readers. Has he rethought his decision?
'Why don’t we talk to patients about sex?'Subscription
I work in a spinal injury unit and we recently asked our patients for their opinions about the education we provide to them.