Clinical team leader Carroll Johnson-Chapman tells Genevieve Rice how she fought to achieve, and surpass, the goals she had been told were beyond her capabilities
Teesside specialist nurse Claire Naisbitt tells Nicole Friedberg why she thinks working with multiple sclerosis patients represents a unique career opportunity
Genevieve Rice speaks to Stephen Simpson, senior autism practitioner at South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust about changes in the way in which autistic patients are seen and cared for.
Tracey Gauci speaks to Genevieve Rice about her career in infection prevention and control and how she became an influence in the area both nationally and internationally
Edmund Tabay is the highest-ranking Filipino nurse in the UK. He spoke to Madeleine Scott about the challenges he faced early in his career and why he is proud to be a nurse
Inspired by her own experiences, Lisa Jones designed a diary to enable families to keep track of their baby’s progress in the neonatal unit, Madeleine Scott reports
Sheila McQueen speaks to Madeleine Scott about what made her want to become a nurse and her interest and expertise in education and continuing professional development
Joanne Reynard tells Christine Fernando how a pair of colourful pom-pom-coated characters helped Leeds Community Healthcare Trust get its frontline staff vaccinated against flu
Betty Smithson trained in the NHS at its inception. She shares her memories with Christine Fernando, highlighting how nursing has evolved and its unchanging core principle
Sarah James-Reid tells Jenni Middleton why she loves working as a specialist nurse in stoma care and how the role supports patients in acute and primary care
Matthew Grundy-Bowers tells Josie Le Vay how delivering training on sexually transmitted infections and HIV in Zambia broadened his perspective on nursing and resulted in him reflecting on his job in the UK
Helen Phelan leads the homeless team at Bradford Royal Infirmary. She told Josie Le Vay about her role, the work her team do, and one man’s incredible story
Staff at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital started a campaign for patients in need. Josie Le Vay spoke to Jen Turner-Steel, the nurse behind the idea.
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Having started her career in the NHS, Julia Atherton talks to Jenni Middleton about how she came to join Barchester Healthcare, and later become director of nursing.
Sheila Johnston talks to Jessica Asante about her busy career caring for patients with chronic kidney disease and why her passion for nursing is ever-growing
As well as caring for patients, it is the science of nursing and helping patients that appeals to Louise Arnold, as she explains to Shivani Chande
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When John Templeton was medically discharged from the British Army in 1998, he may have left the battlefield, but it did not leave him.
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.
Councillor Yemi Osho, Mayor of Waltham Forrest and nurse of 30 years, is a force to be reckoned with.
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Annette Lawrance-Owen has made it her life work to help grieving families move forward after the loss of a child