Opinion, analysis and debate
Kate Martin has worked as an infection control nurse for over 10 years in hospitals. This is her first winter season in the community. Every year she reflects, but this year has been very different…
The familiar term ‘winter pressures’ is most often associated with hospital-based care, but they also impact on the community.
Stacey Shaw always knew she wanted to work with children so as soon as she qualified as a nurse, she requested a management placement in neonatal care and never looked backed.
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Catriona Briers was the first NHS nurse in Northern Ireland to undertake a blood transfusion in a patient’s home back in 1999. It’s something she is extremely proud of, and is fairly sure she is also one of the first in the UK to do this.
Two key documents were published for consultation last week, namely draft safe staffing guidance on NHS community teams and mental health providers.
Victoria Stevans sits down with Laura Maitra, a frailty nurse and recent winner of a Clinician of the Year Award, to get her take on community nursing and the importance of in-home care
Sitting down with Su Chantry, Victoria Stevans learns how occupational health nursing is integral to any workplace
What a year 2016 has been for nursing. We’ve seen the removal of the bursary, changing the way that education of student nurses is funded forever.
Earlier this year international physicists and philosophers gathered at the American Museum of Natural History in New York to debate the theory that life is in fact a computer simulation.
The last year has again been hugely challenging for the NHS and our colleagues in social care, with continued service and financial challenges compounded by the recent uncertainty caused by Brexit.