Opinion, analysis and debate
There is a great deal of satisfaction to be gained from seeing your nominee listed in the Queen’s new year and birthday honours, says David Foster
This Sunday the world will be celebrating International Nurses Day - what will you be doing to celeberate?
If I am fat, then it must be my fault, right? This is what I believed too until, after a lifetime of failed diet and exercise regimens, I was diagnosed with lipoedema, a genetic condition countless doctors, nurses, diet experts and physical trainers I consulted seemed not to have heard of.
Nurses may be viewed as less “credible” by patients if they appear hypocritical, says Holly Blake
England is one of the few countries in the EU where a major cause of preventable death is on the increase. We need to take action to tackle this issue, says Sally Davies
We talk to Colin Tyrie, senior public health development adviser in substance misuse at Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, who qualified as an RGN in 1990 and as an RMN in 1995.
In the past two years, I have had the fantastic opportunity of talking to many nurses, midwives and health visitors about information technology and how it can enable practice.
#LDnursechat - the 'six Cs'Subscription
#LDnursechat discussed what the CNO’s vision for nursing means to LD nurses.
Ensure you are always all earsSubscription
Communication is a two-way process that only works if you listen to the other party.
A nursing and midwifery career gives us incredible experiences and privileges.