Opinion, analysis and debate
'Nursing is a wonderful passport to travel'Subscription
After working in war-torn Iraq, Kate Cowhig set up a recruitment firm to give other nurses opportunities to work abroad.
'My first ward sister taught me intuition, and professionalism - and never to hold two defibrillator paddles in one hand'Subscription
We talk to Steve Hams, deputy chief nurse and head of quality, at East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust, who has been a nurse since 1996.
#LDnursechat discussed hearing impairments in the learning disabled population.
How flexibility can build resilienceSubscription
Learning how to control your emotions and mindset will make you much more resilient.
Well planned and delivered end-of-life care is shaped by the patient’s life and personality.
#NURSESHIFT: the importance of patient trustSubscription
On 27 October, nurses from around the UK came together and discussed the importance of patient trust. Over fifty nurses participated in the chat.
#WeNurses - Not-so-simple hand hygieneSubscription
Did you miss the latest #WeNurses chat which discussed hand hygiene? Let us sum it up for you…
'Nursing is nursing the world over'Subscription
Ophthalmic nurse Lorraine Montgomery provides eye care in developing countries from on board a ship.
'People with learning disabilities face extreme prejudice but keep on fighting to have a valued life'Subscription
We talk to Jim Blair, consultant nurse, intellectual (learning) disabilities at St George’s Hospital London and senior lecturer in intellectual (learning) disabilities at Kingston University and St George’s University of London, who has been a nurse for approximately 20 years.
We must be fully prepared for the flu season, says Dean Royles