Opinion and debate
Once again, I have just listened to a well thought out, intellectually advanced, clinically forward-thinking presentation by a nurse.
Within every nursing course, student nurses across the UK are learning the theory behind important leadership skills, explains student nurse, Leanne Patrick.
I spent today with a clutch of matrons, is “clutch” right? Better than “gaggle”? I don’t think “herd” works.
Huge congratulations to Eleanor Smith, one of the latest nurses to enter Parliament after the recent general election.
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
Let nurses nurse. Let managers manage.Subscription
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.
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.
Last week’s revelations about the proposed scope of practice for nursing associates should put more pressure on the government to announce its intentions for the role – and fast.
A united nursing voice and the support of everyone in the nursing world is urgently needed