Opinion, analysis and debate
'Does mindfulness have a place in healthcare?'Subscription
Mindfulness has become a hot topic over the last few years.
'A welcome recognition of our future nurses'Subscription
Last Thursday saw the Student Nursing Times Awards grace London - and it was a truly fantastic event.
'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.
Benedict was on the veranda of the inpatient department, cradled in her mother’s arms when I first met her.
It is frightening how quickly you find yourself in the final stage of your nursing training where the daunting task of hunting down that initial job begins.
Let’s face it, we hear a lot of bad press surrounding the nursing profession these days.
What can nursing do to attract students and nurses to older people’s care, asks Liz Charalambous
Ever boxed with a patient?Subscription
Emma Selby found that unconventional methods resulted in unrivalled results with her patients
Are the days of the nursing manuals, bulky reference books and newspaper job adverts numbered?
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.