Opinion, analysis and debate
Dementia is definitely one of the greatest challenges we face, says Mandy Bailey, who describes how University Hospital of South Manchester Foundation Trust is tackling this through a focused recruitment drive
The Darzi Fellowship gave Christine Kerr a new perspective on nurse leadership
We hear from a mature student nurse who believes that losing the student nurse bursary is not going to reduce nurse recruitment
Health & Social Care as a GCSE and A-level will soon be a thing of the past, Suzanne Collyer explains why a “vocational equivalent” may not meet students’ needs
Predictably enough, the chancellor has paved the way for tomorrow’s comprehensive spending review by revealing a crowd-pleasing headline to the media in advance.
Unless the nursing profession is more explicit about its unique contribution, it will be exposed to the threat of substitution, warns Elaine Maxwell
Are student nurses disillusioned with nursing?Subscription
In this age of (over)sharing on social media, I am fully aware of the negative impact the proposed changes to the NHS are having on the morale of student nurses.
Your responses to the Big Question 7 October 2015
From the very first day you step into the classroom as a fresh-faced nursing student there is only one thing on your mind: putting on that uniform. You know, the one that shows the world that you did it, that you qualified as a nurse.
Getting module results which are below what you were expecting can be a blow to your confidence, self-esteem and sometimes, your outlook on life. It will certainly leave you questioning why on earth you bother.