Opinion and book reviews
People are more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes as they age.
Did you miss the latest #NurChat Twitter debate about diabetes? Let us sum it up for you…
We talk to Sonia Rangi Wijesundare, community diabetes specialist nurse at Central London Community Healthcare Trust, who qualified as a nurse in 2002.
'Seeing an inspirational tutor on the ward and in class made me see the link between doing and thinking'Subscription
A desire to be an artificial limb engineer led Andrea Nelson into a career in nursing.
Diabetes specialist nurses help to reduce the risk of complications that are both devastating for the person involved and very expensive to treat, says Barbara Young
Nurses are in a prime position to educate and raise awareness on the typical and atypical hyperglycaemic-related symptoms of type 1 diabetes.
Caring for people with dengue fever, cobra bites and tuberculosis with few resources is all in a day’s work for James Cook.
Malnourishment and food etiquette in hospitalsSubscription
On Tuesday 7 February, nurses from around the country came together to talk about a vastly poignant subject that is prevalent in many hospitals - malnourishment and food etiquette via #nurseshift
Is the nursing profession branching out too far?Subscription
From the start of my course, if I had collected one pound coin for every time I had heard the words ‘collaboration’ or ‘inter-professional’ then I would certainly not be relying on my NHS student bursary or student loan whilst at university to fund me.
Nursing - do you remember?Subscription
Have you ever played ‘do you remember’, when a group of like-minded people with a common history start reminiscing? It happened to me the other day, and I want to tell you about it.