Opinion, analysis and debate
We talk to Paula Crick, dean of the College of Health and Social Care, University of Derby, who has been a nurse for 32 years.
Dr Kirsten Jack has developed an online community that helps student and qualified nurses reflect on their practice in a creative way
We talk to Julie Hamilton, head of nursing for education, revalidation and regulation at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust (GSTT), who has been a nurse for 19 years
CPD's not just for qualified nursesSubscription
Student NT Editor, Rebecca Wallett, explains how CPD can help with your practice both before and after qualifying and, crucially, help you stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs
'Nursing was something I always wanted to do'Subscription
We talk to Deborah Sturdy, visiting professor at Bucks New University and independent consultant nurse/nurse adviser for Care England. She has been a nurse for 31 years.
Educating for best practice Subscription
Suzanne Beaty tells us why she wants to equip nurses with high-quality clinical skills
We talk to Debra Jackson, professor and director at Oxford Institute for Nursing and Allied Health Research
As far back as 2009 a Nursing Times survey revealed gaps in continence care training and education. At that time more than one-third of over 1,000 respondents said they had not received any education about caring for incontinent patients in their nurse training, and 53% had had no training after registration.
'Patients need properly trained nursing staff'Subscription
Ever since we broke the story on the nursing associate role, people have asked what Nursing Times’ position is on the issue.
On hearing that I’m a nurse, the usual response is “Oh! Which hospital do you work in?