Opinion, analysis and debate
'Be open to new ways of thinking'Subscription
We talk to Jo Fearn, head of nursing for children’s and neonatal services at West Hertfordshire Hospitals Trust, based at Watford General Hospital
Many of us will be voting in the referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU in June.
Fieldworking from homeSubscription
Sirjana Devkota’s research in Nepal showed her how important hands-on experience can be
'Nursing directors have a tough but crucial job'Subscription
I doubt many jobs in nursing can be called easy but there has probably never been a more difficult time to be a director of nursing.
We talk to Julie Hamilton, head of nursing for education, revalidation and regulation at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust (GSTT), who has been a nurse for 19 years
The Nursing Times news story on reducing the number of nurses in the Department of Health (5 April 2016) exposed a serious issue of which the nursing profession should be aware.
Nursing flows in her veinsSubscription
The diversity of the nurse consultant role is something Lisa Dougherty has embraced at the Royal Marsden
We talk to Cheryl Kipping, consultant nurse – dual diagnosis (coexisting mental health and substance misuse) at South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust, who trained as a nurse in 1978.
In the past six months, there have been three major government announcements that will have a profound effect on the nursing profession in England for years to come.
We talk to Shirley Coward, matron for paediatrics/neonates at Southport and Ormskirk Hospital Trust, who has been a nurse for 31 years.