Opinion, analysis and debate
This month saw the publication of our latest research on nurse staffing levels in the BMJ Open.
Diversity in the NHS is all about recognising and valuing difference.
We talk to Georgie Relph, a community mental health nurse and care co-ordinator in an early intervention in psychosis team.
A healthy approach to workSubscription
Diane Romano-Woodward found occupational health so satisfying she decided to set up her own business
'Patients need properly trained nursing staff'Subscription
Ever since we broke the story on the nursing associate role, people have asked what Nursing Times’ position is on the issue.
On hearing that I’m a nurse, the usual response is “Oh! Which hospital do you work in?
Community care is often not seen as a viable first nursing role, but senior lecturer Neesha Oozageer Gunowa argues this belief is unfounded.
In October 2015 NHS England announced a policy, Homes not Hospitals, aimed at ensuring people with learning difficulties would be helped to live as independently as possible.
'Leaked guidance backs ratios despite u-turn'Subscription
NHS conspiracy theorists would have considered last week’s story on safe staffing guidance for A&E as vindication of their suspicious natures.
We talk to Karen Jackson, standards and practice matron at Guy’s and St Thomas’, who has been a qualified nurse for 15 years.