Opinion, analysis and debate
This book should be considered by anyone in health care with an interest in how their electronic record systems are developed.
'Lack of support on placement? Get trending'Subscription
This time last year I was preparing myself for my first placement of my first year of learning disability nursing training; I was terrified.
Isn’t about time we shared some good NHS news?Subscription
Wouldn’t it be great if at 12 noon on Christmas Day thousands of people across the UK simultaneously shared their good news stories about the NHS on Twitter and Facebook?
We asked healthcare professionals within the Twitter community to nominate who they felt deserved to be crowned “Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014”
The term “nursing informatics” is often used and misused in healthcare, Anne Cooper from NHS England explains what it really means and how it affects each and every one of you
Will paying for A&E treatment deter time wasters or prevent vulnerable people from accessing life-saving resources?
Last month, I wrote in defence of social media, talking about how nurses can embrace the positives and avoid the negatives. But what about people who engage with healthcare in a non-professional capacity - that is, the service users and their carers?
The NMC’s decision to suspend Allison Marie Hopton for comments she posted on Facebook will make sobering reading for some nurses.
Staffing levels: who’s counting?Subscription
With news of growing staff shortages and cuts to training places, nursing feels increasingly understaffed and under pressure. How are nurses faring on the wards, and is anybody listening?
A set of studies from Deloitte has identified significant potential economic benefits for acute NHS hospitals from a range of bedside IT services provided by Hospedia, who commissioned the work.