The cancer community came together this week at the Britain Against Cancer Conference to discuss the future of cancer care, with the crisis facing the UK’s cancer workforce high up on the agenda.
To attract newly qualified nurses, employers need to offer high-quality preceptor support, says Bill Whitehead, while newly qualified nurses need to shop around for good preceptorship in their first job
It was World Mental Health Day in October 2018. As the day went by, I saw my Twitter feed filling in very quickly with hashtags including #worldmentalhealthday and #itsoknottobeok.
In 2016, I set up the campaign Raising Awareness of Mental Health in Higher Education, as this is a big issue, particularly for international studies in the UK.
'Zero tolerance of violence against NHS staff should be more than a politician’s mantra'Subscription
A story about a trust’s fresh approach to trying to reduce violence against its staff has really grabbed my attention this month.
Over the summer we ran a one-day World Café event to stimulate debate on contemporary professional issues.
It has been almost three years since NHS England set out its vision to transform maternity services in the Better Births report.
Nursing Times broke the story last week that the Westminster government was willing to at least consider introducing safe staffing laws.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the biggest threats to global health.
Winning a lifetime achievement award inevitably leads you to look back over your career.