Opinion and debate
A recent report from the Academy of Medical Sciences suggested that the public were confused by information about medicines and that the leaflets should be less scary.
Don’t be a dipstick with antibioticsSubscription
We are entering an era when people may become seriously unwell and even die as a result of simple infections because increased antibiotic use has led to a rise in bacterial resistance.
Lynne Yates explains the importance of knowing how the aging process can affect a person’s body - and their response to treatment
Various approaches have been developed to help nurses engage with people with memory loss
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.
Being the best nurse you canSubscription
The best part of nursing is understanding the patient’s journey, says Lorraine Ozerovitch
On hearing that I’m a nurse, the usual response is “Oh! Which hospital do you work in?
With a new clinical trial starting worldwide and globally more money than ever before being committed to research, the fight to find a cure for the devastating neurological condition Huntington’s disease (HD) is more positive than ever, explains John Eden
We talk to Vicki Abrahams, a student nurse, currently in her second year.
Rheumatoid arthritis nurse Alison Kent talks about what inspires her in nursing