Opinion, analysis and debate
Seeing the emotional distress of teenagers on placement promoted children’s nursing editor, Danielle, to realise that her training should do more to equip her to offer the best possible care to adolescent service users
Jemma Gardner uses advanced skills to work solo, flying across the frozen north.
Nurses should make the most of changes ahead, says Viv Bennett. Charlotte Santry meets the proud nurse tipped to be England’s chief nursing officer
Liz Bayram, chief executive of PACEY, explains why the new single, integrated review for two-year-olds is an opportunity we have to get right.
'When I lost my baby I didn't receive the support I should've afterwards; but there is hope for others'Subscription
Last week I attended a conference to celebrate staff dedication and commitment to patient care at the trust in which I do the majority of my placements.
What type of nursing shall I study?Subscription
Which of the four disciplines are you going to go for? Adult, children’s, mental health or learning disabilities? Let us help you decide …
'What is great is that relatives can see what the resident got up to at the home's fete'Subscription
Lilla Harris decided that the solution to keeping older people in touch with their families was just a click away.
Raising concerns about passive smoking with parents is not easy but the task will often fall to healthcare professionals. How can we help our children?
Welcome to Nursing Times' Speak Out Safely weekSubscription
We launched this campaign back in March in the wake of Francis and what he’d found out about the culture of the NHS through his deep dive into what went on at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust.
In the aftermath of the NICE Guidelines, at ERIC, we have found ourselves with mixed views on the impact (of both sets) for families whose child or teenager has a continence issue.