Opinion, analysis and debate
Did you miss the latest #WeNurses chat which discussed mental health? Let us sum it up for you…
One determined health professional, Tony Jameson-Allen, and his team are making strides to improve the quality of life for dementia patients using sport
'Investigate nursing history, learn why it is as it is and join other nurses to improve things for yourself'Subscription
We talk to Chris Hart, consultant nurse in forensic psychiatry at South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust and principal lecturer at Kingston University and St George’s University, London, who qualified in 1978.
For as many years as we care to recall, the health service has endorsed that we must treat patients in a patient-centred way, making sure we care for both body and soul.
Using the term “stigma” assaults victims againSubscription
Nursing Times Editor, Jenni Middleton, responds to a letter about stigma and mental health
Palliative care is widely accepted as best practice end-of-life care and is concerned with promoting and maintaining the best possible quality of life.
Rose O’Malley centred care and the environment around people with dementia to reduce medication use and improve wellbeing.
We talk to Ian Hulatt, the Royal College of Nursing’s mental health adviser, who qualified as a nurse in 1979.
The Student Nursing Times Awards 2012Subscription
The first-ever Student Nursing Times Awards takes place today in London. Nursing Times reveals what it’s all about.
Know how to support your staffSubscription
Learning to recognise and deal with low self-esteem is not easy but it is invaluable.