Opinion, analysis and debate
I’m not a huge fan of Agatha Christie’s detective Hercule Poirot, so I was not watching ITV1 on Sunday 10 August.David Cameron was, though (allegedly), as were Chris Tarrant, Jeremy Kyle and other celebs.
Cardiac rehabilitation programmes save lives. The research is out there to support the claim along with the testimony of the thousands of patients who have participated in and benefited from them.
In 2001, when the National Service Framework for Older People was published, I was working as a newly appointed consultant nurse for older people. I welcomed the NSF because it was a way of highlighting the importance of developing services and care for older people.
‘We need more voices for practice nurses’Subscription
A passion for nursing has shaped the last three decades of Susan Nightingale’s life
The collapse and successful resuscitation of footballer Fabrice Muamba thrust out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) into the media spotlight.
We talk to Michaela Nuttall, CVD coordinator for Public Health Bromley, partner at Smart Health Solutions and health director at HeartAge, who has been a nurse for 22 years.
60 seconds with...Sara Nelson, associate director at South London Cardiovascular and Stroke NetworkSubscription
We talk to Sara Nelson, associate director at South London Cardiovascular and Stroke Network, and nurse board member at Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group, who qualified 30 years ago.
Despite serious disadvantages in health and home life, Misty Blue Foster is promoting independence wherever she goes
'Always keep the patient at the centre of what you do when developing and delivering care'Subscription
We talk to Angela Tod, professor of health and social care research at the Centre for Health and Social Care Research at Sheffield Hallam University, who qualified in 1985.
My father died three weeks ago.