Seven days inVideoSubscription
So I’ve been the editor of Nursing Times for a whole week, and it’s been a pretty eventful one.
Step into the Dragons' DenSubscription
For the last two days our offices here in London have donned the appearance of the Dragons’ Den studio, while we’ve been hosting the judging for the inaugural Nursing Times Product Awards.
It was with some trepidation that I approached the Nursing Times Future of Nursing conference. A lot of the morning’s agenda was dedicated to the white paper and its implications for nursing, and delegates I chatted to before the day kicked off felt the same.
It’s a fantastic time to be starting as editor of Nursing Times. That is what everyone has told me in the few weeks since I joined.
What inspires nurses to enter the profession?Subscription
I’ve been doing a grand tour of the NHS recently, heading out to see hospitals, meet nurses and find out what is happening in the world of nursing, and what we should be writing about.
'Nurses can be neglectful without meaning to be'Subscription
It was a busy week of early morning seminars and late night celebrations last week.
The spending review has pretty much kept the national newspapers and every web editor in copy for the next few days or weeks at least, but the really big bit of news for the profession is about nurses having to work until they are 66.
'We will hold them hard to account'Subscription
The shadow health team are concerned the NHS is being put through “the biggest upheaval in 60 years” and say they will be watching the government closely.
The media must stop attacking the professionSubscription
This week being a nurse has been tougher than ever.
Huge congratulations to all of this year’s Nursing Times Awards winners.