Nurse consultant, Irene Dunkley, has seen gastroenterology nursing develop over her 20 years in the field. She attributes these improvements in patient care to strong, motivational leadership and hard work
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We should free nursing staff to care for patients and open up management roles to people from other professions, says Klaudiusz Nowicki, a charge nurse at the Fulbrook Centre Oxford.
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Many conferences which purport to tackle student mental health issues are more concerned with making money than helping those in higher education
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So much work goes into dissertations that many are worth publishing. Don’t hide your ideas away, says staff nurse Katie Burns
People who know me will know I’ve spent a great deal of my career talking about evidence-based practice and developing cultures in which turning knowledge into action is easy.
Dr Anant Sachdev highly values the HCAs he works with at a GP practice, however one HCA’s actions and initiative led to a patient receiving care that went above and beyond the call of duty
Sorrel recalls her first experience of caring for a patient at the end of life and how the passion for nursing she gained that day has stayed with her throughout her career
Last year, after nine years of working as a staff nurse and deputy sister within acute medicine, I moved into teaching at a large university.
How will you look back on your nursing career when you retire? As he unwillingly reaches retirement, Nigel Jopson talks through his reflections, regrets and memories from his 25-year nursing career
A terrorist called Adrian. How very British. He was even born in Kent, the garden of England.