Opinion, analysis and debate
Last May I officially became a grumpy old man when I wrote a letter to the BBC complaining about Have I Got News For You.
Nurses should make the most of changes ahead, says Viv Bennett. Charlotte Santry meets the proud nurse tipped to be England’s chief nursing officer
Working with the homeless may be tough, but for Pamela Campbell it’s also inspiring.
'Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could take some politics out and concentrate on improving healthcare for all?'Subscription
We talk to Bob Gates, professor of learning disabilities at the University of Hertfordshire and visiting professor of learning disabilities at the University of West London, who has been a nurse for just over 40 years.
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Working as a high performing teamSubscription
A team is stronger than the sum of its parts if its members work towards the same goal, says Mark Richardson.
'With confidence, we can really make a difference to both patients and standards of care'Subscription
We talk to Dawn Freshwater, professor of mental health, and pro vice-chancellor for staff and organisational effectiveness at the University of Leeds, who began nursing in 1983 after training as an SRN.
Why is mental health nursing unpopular?Subscription
A US study suggests mental health nurses are viewed negatively by other nurses. Lisa Hitchen asks why.
After attending an engagement review at the NMC, student nurse Helen was left wondering if the branches of nursing are too seperate
Nola Ishmael on why BME nurses still face an uphill struggle to get to the top of the NHS career ladder