Opinion, analysis and debate
Dealing with dementiaSubscription
Dealing with dementia is frustrating for the person with the condition, but also for family carers.
Did you miss the latest #NurChat twitter debate about discharging patients effectively? Let us sum it up for you …
Student nurse Helen Farmer encounters an emergency situation, reinforcing her need for insight into other fields of practice.
The rationale for writing on the closure of a Therapeutic Community (TC) within a women’s forensic service unit in the southeast/coast is due to the fact that I work on this unit.
Did you miss the latest #NurChat twitter debate about dementia? Let us sum it up for you …
Living with Alzheimer's: deserving of careSubscription
My father loves listening to music and when I arrived to see him last weekend he was listening to Rod Stewart.
'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.
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.
Living with Alzheimer's: fulfilling a wishSubscription
My father may have Alzheimer’s but he hasn’t lost his sense of humour!
We talk to Janet Davies, director of nursing and service delivery at the Royal College of Nursing, who started training as a nurse 36 years ago.