Opinion, analysis and debate
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.
Tayaba Nicholson has been making a major difference in mental health since her student days.
We talk to Kerri Wright, a part-time senior lecturer in the School of Health and Social Care at the University of Greenwich, who qualified as a nurse in 1995.
Homeland features Claire Danes as a CIA agent who hides bipolar disorder from her colleagues and receives treatment from her psychiatrist sister.
When data reflects badly on your staffSubscription
Putting information into context is vital if feedback is to be judged fairly, says Toby Knightley-Day.
I work with people with dementia and their loved ones, helping them access information on essential matters such as support services and living with dementia.
What type of nursing shall I study?Subscription
Which of the four disciplines are you going to go for? Adult, children’s, mental health or learning disabilities? Let us help you decide …