Opinion, analysis and debate
The other side of the sheets: part oneSubscription
The first in a three part series about what happens to a nurse the other side of the sheets.
Empowering the community and the general public is the most effective way to reduce cancer mortality, and improve health and wellbeing.
We talk to Kinta Beaver, professor of cancer nursing at the School of Health, University of Central Lancashire, who started nurse training in 1984
I was reading recently about a group of older Japanese scientists who have volunteered to go and work at the still stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant in a bid to make it safe.
Men apparently don’t do enough to look after their health. Why?
What can nurses do to help cancer survivors?Subscription
Dr Frances Goodhart believes that nurses can make a real difference to patients recovering from cancer by providing information, honesty and support
This week sees three contrasting reports on the role of specialist nurses in the NHS.
Tony Bonser’s son died of cancer, he wishes that he could have talked more about dying with a nurse …
From care on the battlefield to cancer research, Marian Coliof tells us how his work still save lives
I am a nurse, get me outta here!Subscription
Sharon Rose-White feels her work as a health visitor has benefited from her time as a breast cancer patient