Opinion, analysis and debate
While most people will be taking an extended break from work, nurses around the country will be delivering care to the one in four of the population with a long-term condition.
What makes a good leader? Rebecca Sherrington found out first hand
One of the potential risks of practising in a very specialist field is the tendency to see everything through the narrow spectrum of that specialty, or even a small aspect of that specialty.
'The reality of living with home oxygen'Subscription
While many patients, relatives and even healthcare professionals view oxygen therapy as ‘harmless and helpful’, the reality is quite different.
Can a patient travel if they use oxygen?Subscription
Find out how our expert answered
I make a point to go to scientific conferences to ensure I keep in touch with the latest areas of discussion, and last week I attended my first RCN Congress.
'Those affected by mesothelioma deserve far better than what they’ve had over the past 20 years'Subscription
Mesothelioma care has come a long way in the past 20 years, explains specialist nurse Leah Taylor
'Running Breathe Easy Camden is the most satisfying thing I’ve done'VideoSubscription
Ever heard of Breathe Easy? Read on to find out how these groups help people living with lung conditions, and how you can get involved
Becoming an active member of a professional organisation may take you out of your comfort zone, but is interesting and rewarding, says Rebecca Sherrington
With reviews and reports throwing up questions about whether there exists a lack of compassion in healthcare, Emma Vincent asks if compassion truly is something that can be taught.