Having recently raised the issue of a lack of disabled toilets on a UK train service, Josephine reflects on the recent media coverage resulting from the experience of paralympian, Anne Wafula-Strike, having no access to a toilet throughout a train journey
It's not only healthcare professionals' responsibility to prevent the spread of infectionsSubscription
After noting an infection control risk in an Apple store, Josephine questions if healthcare professionals really are the main culprits when it comes to spreading infection
”There is a completely new language in this country that I don’t understand any more,” says Mary, my current client, while reading the daily newspaper in her house in London.
Why did you decide to become a nurse?Subscription
Continence nurse, Vivien, remembered the answer to this question when she attended the Nursing Times Awards 2016
As I boarded a train to Nottingham, I noticed a passenger in a wheelchair being helped onto the train in the disabled section.
What does 'nurse-led' discharge really mean?Subscription
As part of a junior fellowship post in my trust I am conducting a project that seeks to find out what nurse-led discharge really means, but so far it has raised more questions than answers.
As she approaches the end of her training, student nurse Dana questions how nursing is viewed by the general public and how this impacts on the future of the profession
Deputy Chief Nurse at Public Health England, Joanne Bosanquet, explains how nurses have the exact skills and expertise needed to tackle health emergencies
Looking back at 40 years of nursingSubscription
40 years after starting her nurse training, nurse practitioner Jane Warner met up with her cohort to recount thier successes, challenges and shared memories
Avoiding A&E breaches is central to staff nurse, Ben Mullin’s, every shift. He questions if the target shifts focus to the wrong priority.