Professor Jaqueline Dunkley-Bent OBE, one of Nursing Times’ Most Inspirational Leaders in 2015, winner of the HSJ BME Pioneers award and recent recipient of an OBE in the 2017 New Years honours list, talks to us about what it’s like to cut against the grain and achieve big
'Our patients are diverse and we should be too'Subscription
Current nurse and former fisherman, Norman Todd, teaches us about swimming against the tide, starting over, and loving what you do
Victoria Stevans sits down with Laura Maitra, a frailty nurse and recent winner of a Clinician of the Year Award, to get her take on community nursing and the importance of in-home care
Sue Morgan MBE has been an advocate for children and young people with cancer for the majority of her career, but here she speaks for herself, telling us the rewards and challenges of work that’s close to her heart
It may seem unusual for a nurse to be a chief clinical information officer, but Joanne Dickson demonstrates how a background in nursing can elevate any career, and deepen any area of study
Sitting down with Su Chantry, Victoria Stevans learns how occupational health nursing is integral to any workplace
Working together to work betterSubscription
Kim Manley, a nurse and a specialist in practice development, gives us her thoughts on what makes the best workplace, and shares her advice on how to reap the best quality of care.
Onto the next challengeSubscription
We talk to Rajvinder (Raj) Mashiana, an oncology nurse who thrives on a challenge, whether it be building a ground-breaking new cancer wing or working in for a non-profit organisation in Ethiopia.
'I didn't go into nursing to win awards'Subscription
We talk to June Thompson, a Nursing Times Award winner, about her legacy in continence care.
Florence Bawak, a dementia matron at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, usually starts her day at 7am with memory assessments.