Opinion, analysis and debate
Your guide to working as a nurse in AustraliaSubscription
Fancy exchanging Birmingham for Brisbane, Manchester for Melbourne or Southampton for Sydney?
Energetic leaders with positive attitudes motivate their staff, says Dickon Weir-Hughes
You raise me up: how to manage your manager Subscription
Keep the chief on side to ease the nurse manager’s role, and reduce the effect of a bad boss, says Hazel Holmes
'You may never learn about this important part of your body until you encounter a problem'Subscription
An estimated 1 in 4 women will suffer with a bladder problem at some point in their lives.
We talk to Peter Griffiths, professor of health services research at the University of Southampton, and executive editor of the International Journal of Nursing Studies. He has been a nurse for 20 years
Working with the homeless may be tough, but for Pamela Campbell it’s also inspiring.
'You had to push your personal life to one side, despite the danger, and just deal with the patient'Subscription
Daniel Haughie never planned to work with burns patients but now can’t think of anything more rewarding
I think most people I know are working too hard.
This week an investigation by Nursing Times found that a third of the new GP consortia being set up across the country to effectively run the NHS from local level have decided to include a nurse on their board.
For NHS nurses Chris Berry and Laura Hodson, joining the RAF Reserves was the best decision they ever made