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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.
The children’s community nursing team at Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust has been announced as the winner of NHS England’s 6Cs Live! September Story of the Month.
Working as a student children’s nurse, I can sometimes feel like the meanest, least popular person on the planet.
'I qualify in six months and I'm starting to panic' Subscription
Since I started training to become a children’s nurse I have been already qualified in the eyes of my friends and family.
We talk to Sarah Wheatland, children’s services manager at the Portland Hospital for Women and Children in London, who has been a nurse for 17 years
If your kitchen smoke detector starts to shriek, do you: (a) cover your ears and assume the din will eventually stop, or (b) act immediately to keep you and your loved ones safe?
We talk to Joan Myers, nurse consultant - community children’s nursing at Whittington Health, London, who has been a nurse for 27 years
‘The barriers come down and bit by bit you can see them realising they can live with their condition’Subscription
When a child or young person is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes their life and their family’s lives changes forever. It is not easy for anyone. It is hard work day after day after day
Cecilia Anim shares her journey of care, activism and hope, which took her from Africa to the RCN