Opinion, analysis and debate
Michelle Quested talks to Nursing Times about the difficulties of going back to nursing after losing the ability to walk
One heart helping othersSubscription
Minija Joseph innovates and advocates for change in cardiac theatre nursing
When your patient needs care but wants company, it can be difficult to find the right balance, as community nurse Sue McCreadie found when she nursed Cherry.
Health promotion is part of every nurse’s role but conversations are not always easy to start. Practice nurse and health promotion enthusiast, Jaqui Walker, explains how World Cancer Research Fund can help
We talk to Karen Jackson, standards and practice matron at Guy’s and St Thomas’, who has been a qualified nurse for 15 years.
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.
Emergency nursing is a fast, exciting, sometimes infuriating but most of all vibrant specialty.
‘We need more voices for practice nurses’Subscription
A passion for nursing has shaped the last three decades of Susan Nightingale’s life
'The time between cardiac arrest and defibrillation is critical - AEDs are such a simple solution'Subscription
Nursing student Jessica Ross is on a campaign to install defibrillators in remote locations
A career in cardiac nursing led Angela Graves to a new role supporting patients with heart failure
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.
'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.
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 Sonia Rangi Wijesundare, community diabetes specialist nurse at Central London Community Healthcare Trust, who qualified as a nurse in 2002.
We talk to Ruth Westerby, a senior lecturer in health and social care at the University of Wolverhampton, and clinical lead for cardiovascular disease and evidence-based healthcare at Education for Health who qualified in 1987.
'Patients’ and health workers’ voices should be heard and inform the way forward for the NHS' Subscription
We talk to Tara Bartley, an advanced nurse practitioner in the cardiothoracic department at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and nursing representative for the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery for the UK and Ireland, who has been an NHS nurse for 30 years
Stress can have serious consequences. Be able to recognise the symptoms in yourself and your staff, says Carole Spiers.
'We had the resources to deal with anything'Subscription
Sharon Stewart, a military award winner, wonders why more nurses don’t join the Territorial Army.
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