Opinion, analysis and debate
We need to talk about the 'D' word...Subscription
Yup. The ‘D’ word. The one word that as a nation we are not good at discussing.
As nurses we know how important it is that patients have everything explained to them properly and access to the right information at the right time.
People with rarer cancers deserve the same support and information as those with more common cancers
Motivate your team to embrace changeSubscription
Be passionate about your vision to help get your team on board, says Caroline Shaw.
'The most important aspect of this job is touch'Subscription
Complementary therapist Jan Wilkinson feels touch is an essential aspect of care.
Death and dying: a community perspectiveSubscription
After working for nearly 4 years within a hospice setting at Wheatfields - a Leeds-based hospice run by national health and social care charity Sue Ryder - I was quietly focused in my thinking that, just as hospitals are the places where people should give birth, so hospices are the best place to die.
Marie Curie Nurses will be among the many healthcare professionals working when others are tucking into their turkey.
Martin Ledwick’s job in information giving proves you don’t need to see a patient to be able to help them.
Have you seen a television programme called Total Wipeout?
We know that the history of medicine is in part a history of brutalism.