Statistics are useful, but leaders need to hear real nurses’ stories if they are to fix the NHSSubscription
Besides the unexpected candour from speakers, what struck me most at our inaugural Nursing Times Workforce Summit last week was the level of engagement and participation from delegates.
The flurry of press releases this week signalled the approach of World Mental Health Day, as did the timing of a few new policy pledges from the UK governments and their arm’s-length bodies.
The recent controversy stoked by the student union of the University of Manchester, which asked people not to clap, caused all sorts of debate about social inclusion.
Recruitment and retention is a concern for all nurse employers.
Claire Kent reflects on how difficult it is to prioritise tasks and give enough attention to staff wellbeing in an extremely busy leadership role
The NHS is a challenging place to work but equally rewarding and energising. Return to practice gives an amazing opportunity to reconnect with our passion for the profession for those with a lapsed PIN. In this blog, Bev Matthews and Chris Jones share their experiences as student and tutor.
Nursing is an exciting, challenging and rewarding career, but would benefit from including more men.
As chair of the Royal College of Nursing’s governing council, I’m calling on as many members as possible – whatever their views – to vote in the college’s forthcoming extraordinary general meeting (EGM) next Friday.
It could be said that, when it comes to nursing, the UK is in the midst of a perfect storm.
Infection prevention is a vital part of our healthcare infrastructure.