Opinion, analysis and debate
In her first blog for nursingtimes.net, Janelle Yorke looks at the pros and cons of using new technology to care for respiratory patients at home.
Blog: Time to call in the specialists?Subscription
With palliative care for COPD patients often inadequate why, asks Janelle Yorke, aren't respiratory nurse specialists more involved?
Blog: Caring for the carersSubscription
'If carers can’t afford to be ill, then I suggest the government and NHS look at innovative ways to keep them healthy'
Our respiratory nurse specialist Janelle Yorke welcomes the triumphs and troubles of a new batch of nursing students
Respiratory nurse and Janellle Yorke on why the ARNS conference is crucial
Respiratory nurse and Janelle Yorke on metrics and nursing under the microscope
'Will the UK ever permit assisted suicide?'Subscription
Respiratory nurse and Nursing Times blogger Janelle Yorke on why the assisted suicide debate is pertinent to respiratory nursing
The British Lung Foundation is calling for all at-risk over 35s to be given spirometry testing, but more training is needed to deliver this, warns Dame Helena Shovelton
Are lung transplants the way forward?Subscription
Respiratory nurse and Nursing Times blogger Janelle Yorke on donor transplantation.
Using a CBT approach with patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can reduce both psychological distress and hospital admissions, says Karen Heslop