Opinion, analysis and debate
From healthcare assistant to director, Susan Jones has leapt up the career ladder - and she’s not finished yet.
Towards the end of 2011, the national children’s charity 4Children, working in conjunction with the Department for Education, launched a new website aimed at professionals working with children in the early years.
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.
'Although there have been significant reductions in MRSA and C difficile, it’s an ongoing challenge'Subscription
We talk to Julie Hughes, nurse consultant infection control/senior lecturer, 5 Boroughs Partnership Foundation Trust/University of Chester, who qualified as a nurse in 1980.
The National Genetics Education and Development Centre discuss MCADD, the risk it presents for newborns and recommended treatment guidelines for nurses.
The new any qualified provider system aims to extend choice in continence services
'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.
Jonny Briggs gave up a well-paid job in a bank to pursue his lifelong ambition of being a nurse.
'Professionally committed and satisfied nurses will deliver the ultimate standard of care'Subscription
We talk to Tina Donnelly, director of the Royal College of Nursing in Wales, and a nurse for more than 30 years.
Paul Watson is a school nurse by day but a superhero to his family.