Opinion, analysis and debate
Student nurse, Catherine, found healthcare professionals gave mixed reactions to her dyslexia diagnosis
"An opportunity to celebrate the energy and dynamism within learning disability nursing"Subscription
Over the past year the media have given nurses and nursing some very bad press
We want you! Become a care makerSubscription
Are you passionate about delivering high standards of patient-centred care and committed to making a difference?
My course gives me the training to become both a learning disability nurse and a social worker and I aim to use my understanding of both these specialisms to draw health and social care together in the future.
Comment: 'My personal journey changes constantly, so how can I expect my patients' to remain consistent?'Subscription
There are well-developed person-centred tools in all fields of nursing, but a tool is only a tool and can only be as good as the person using it
Three amazing years as a student nurse are coming to an end.
People with a learning disability or a mental health label are not treated in a respectful manner, says Terry Bryan
'I wanted to push ordinariness, not make people with learning disabilities feel different'Subscription
Shocked by what her learning disability nursing students told her, Helen Laverty set up an event to promote the specialty’s value
60 seconds with...Jenny Kay, director of nursingSubscription
We talk to Jenny Kay, director of nursing at Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford and Gravesham Trust, who has been in the profession for 31 years.
Bob Gates on why we may see another Winterbourne View scandal