Opinion, analysis and debate
Conferences are great occasions for immersing yourself in your specialist subject. The ‘Striving for Excellence’ conference at Cardiff University last month was such an occasion.
Nurses need to stand up for training rightsSubscription
Nurse education is something that I am extremely passionate about as a clinical facilitator in a large cardiology department.
‘Europe’s training model is not the way forward’Subscription
I love the Olympics. Who knew it was possible to become so excited about the 70m women’s team archery event? Who knew there were so many different ways to have rowing races?
Long-term carers risk prolonged psychological distress. Alan Simpson argues that nurses must take the lead in providing them with the support they desperately need.
Unison works to ensure that all HCAs have access to education and development, whether they want to remain in an HCA role or progress further in order to gain professional qualifications, reports Jennifer Taylor
Nola Ishmael on why BME nurses still face an uphill struggle to get to the top of the NHS career ladder
Alastair Henderson on the need to anticipate change
Space to reflect on leg ulcer lessonsSubscription
Irene Anderson on why the Leg Ulcer Forum Conference’s key reflection points were triangle shaped…
Frank Booth has a ‘rant’ on inexcusable failings of common sense and safety
Nursing degrees must be built on communicationSubscription
So I’m wandering around a department store with my daughter while her mum tries on linen when I find - and I blame bad signposting near hosiery for this - that we have wandered into what I can only imagine to be the menopausal chiffon section.