Opinion, analysis and debate
'Staff wellbeing is crucial for patient safety'Subscription
Macmillan Cancer Support response to annual nursing survey
Minding all the gapsSubscription
Striving to make the complex simple, Emma Blades is a vital link between staff, patients and their treatment
‘We need more voices for practice nurses’Subscription
A passion for nursing has shaped the last three decades of Susan Nightingale’s life
Unusual places to find a nurse...Subscription
Three nurses working in unusual settings reveal what makes their jobs special
'Patients and relatives help shape you as a nurse and listening to them teaches you a lot'Subscription
We talk to Lynsey Ayers, a staff nurse for St Ann’s Hospice.
A recent report on cancer care in England suggests patients should have access to a clinical nurse specialist (CNS) to help coordinate their care. The reasons for this are manifest.
Nurses play a critical role in ensuring people with a terminal illness can achieve the best possible quality of life in the time they have left.
We talk to Cathy Hughes, consultant nurse in gynaecology/oncology at Imperial College Healthcare Trust, who has been a nurse for 33 years.
The recognition of nursing excellence boosts morale and inspires others, says Emma Vincent
This article is a story that my lovely dad “Tony” wanted told about living and ultimately dying with cancer.