People can achieve a great deal if they have support to display their abilities, says Ruth Northway
Care straight from the heartSubscription
A cancer diagnosis shaped the life of Sophie McCallum and that of people she now works with
Making time meaningfulSubscription
Penny Hibberd helps families of those with dementia spend quality time with their relative
A career in cardiac nursing led Angela Graves to a new role supporting patients with heart failure
Jim Blair learned the best way to understand the needs of those with learning disabilities is to talk with them
Susan Semple, 2014 Bevan Prize winner, talks about caring for Belfast’s homeless people
'There was no sense of panic, just drilled preparation': Nursing at the frontline of the RAFSubscription
“I was on duty the night the camp was invaded. We had two duties to perform - prepare for a mass casualty and be mindful of security and defense of the hospital.
When Andy Dennis began his career as an RAF medic, he laid the foundations for a life caring for people in the harshest of conditions.
'The ways we've addressed sexual behaviour have not given all communities an equal chance'Subscription
Giving patients the space to talk about health issues will give them a better chance of health
Macmillan nurse, Lorraine Barton, talks about why walking 120 miles in the Sahara desert was worth it to raise money for a centre that helps cancer survivors achieve their goals