Opinion, analysis and debate
‘Let’s axe the culture wars on nurse education’Subscription
Rachel Sylvester, The Times journalist, recently argued axing bursaries was an act of self-harm.
The peculiar term ‘cultural cringe’ describes an internalised inferiority complex that causes people to dismiss their own culture.
Reflecting back on my years in the NHS, I believe there has never been a more important time to develop long-term opportunities for people to enter our workforce.
In a world where technology is changing at an exceptional rate and the landscape of the health and social care system is constantly developing, the Nursing and Midwifery Council faces a great challenge in preparing nurses and midwives for practice in 2030 and beyond.
To introduce our new series of articles on nursing theories, Hazel Chapman explains the importance of filling the gap between nursing theory and nursing practice
Jeremy Hunt’s announcement that 5,170 extra undergraduate nurse placements will be created in 2018 is very welcome, if long overdue.
Every opportunity to succeedSubscription
Swansea university’s skills nurse tutor, Rebecca Dowle, on why it’s important to give international nurses the same opportunites as those from the UK.
The quality and safety of health and social care is heavily dependent on investment in the continuing education of existing staff.
No decision about us, without usSubscription
Many conferences which purport to tackle student mental health issues are more concerned with making money than helping those in higher education
Back in the mid-1980s a third-year student nurse was charged with showing me, a first-year student nurse, how to give a depot injection.