Opinion, analysis and debate
Roxanne McAnn names what she believes are the 10 greatest novels for nurses
You raise me up: how to manage your manager Subscription
Keep the chief on side to ease the nurse manager’s role, and reduce the effect of a bad boss, says Hazel Holmes
We talk to Peter Griffiths, professor of health services research at the University of Southampton, and executive editor of the International Journal of Nursing Studies. He has been a nurse for 20 years
Working with the homeless may be tough, but for Pamela Campbell it’s also inspiring.
Well, I for one am pleased to hear the NHS chief Sir David Nicholson say improving patient dignity is going to be the top priority for the health service next year.
Would you swap your Yuletide log for textbooks?Subscription
My daughter wants a gerbil for Christmas. It’s OK, I have done the “gerbils are for life, not just for Christmas” speech.
Let’s be honest, being a student nurse is a huge financial burden and it’s not always easy to find ways to make some extra cash.
We talk to Debra Jackson, professor and director at Oxford Institute for Nursing and Allied Health Research
'With confidence, we can really make a difference to both patients and standards of care'Subscription
We talk to Dawn Freshwater, professor of mental health, and pro vice-chancellor for staff and organisational effectiveness at the University of Leeds, who began nursing in 1983 after training as an SRN.
If there is one thing frogs are well known for it is their ability to build floating foam nests. Nests that look like meringue, are perfectly balanced and protect their young in even the harshest of conditions.