Victoria Elliot, NICE Fellow and Principal Care Consultant for The Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT), talks to Victoria Stevans about the ways she has seen creativity brought into the delivery of care to support patients’ general wellbeing
'Nursing is much more fulfilling if you challenge yourself, keep learning and keep moving'Subscription
“I enjoy the challenge of joining new services and making sense out of the chaos,” specialist clinician, Shirley Nicholls tells me with a laugh. As we talk, it becomes clear that becoming involved with new projects and services has sparked her interest throughout her nearly 30-year nursing career.
Standing beside Glyn Goodchild, we look at his 55-year long career – complete with its peaks and valleys – from the vantage point of an impending retirement.
'Early screening can be life changing'Subscription
Eileen Fegan, founder and clinical director of the Solihull Health Check Clinic, tells Victoria Stevans about her career, its setbacks, and how she has adapted to an ever-changing profession
'When people get access to services they’re entitled to, I feel I’ve done something right'Subscription
Apprentice joiner at a shipyard, building firm owner, and clinical nurse specialist for learning disabilities. Brian Evans’ CV is not short on variety.
As she comes to the end of her varied and impactful career, Anne Sweeney, pediatric nurse specialist at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, ruminates on her start, her legacy, and her plans for the future
Professor Jaqueline Dunkley-Bent OBE, one of Nursing Times’ Most Inspirational Leaders in 2015, winner of the HSJ BME Pioneers award and recent recipient of an OBE in the 2017 New Years honours list, talks to us about what it’s like to cut against the grain and achieve big
'Our patients are diverse and we should be too'Subscription
Current nurse and former fisherman, Norman Todd, teaches us about swimming against the tide, starting over, and loving what you do
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
Sue Morgan MBE has been an advocate for children and young people with cancer for the majority of her career, but here she speaks for herself, telling us the rewards and challenges of work that’s close to her heart