Opinion, analysis and debate
Want to be more confident in communicating with patients? It may be time to shut your mouth and open your eyes and armpits, says Carlson Coogler
You mean the Twitter nurse?Subscription
A self-professed nurse geek, Anne Cooper has influenced many important advances in NHS technology
Beyond the Bedpan has come to realise that money is a great motivator. It gives us time and comfort and keeps us in gin and tonic and kettle chips. So why are nurses expected to do their jobs for free?
Jemma Gardner uses advanced skills to work solo, flying across the frozen north.
I think most people I know are working too hard.
This week an investigation by Nursing Times found that a third of the new GP consortia being set up across the country to effectively run the NHS from local level have decided to include a nurse on their board.
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Peter Carter on the government’s proposed ‘efficiency savings’ and how you can get involved in the RCN’s new campaign, Frontline First.
Would you like to be cared for by all the nurses and doctors who work in your organisation? That was the question posed by one of our speakers yesterday at the Nursing Times Team Leaders’ Congress – breast cancer surgeon Liz O’Riordan.
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My daughter wants a gerbil for Christmas. It’s OK, I have done the “gerbils are for life, not just for Christmas” speech.
Wendy Reid, the national clinical lead for the European working time directive, talks to Steve Ford about why she thinks limiting doctors’ working hours to no more than 48 hours a week is good for nurses and their patients