When Sally Burgess was 18 years old, she found herself fascinated by the tales her Mum, a then mental health nursing student, told her about mental health care.
We talk to Jimmmy Choo, a research nurse specialising in wound care and pressure ulcers
We talk to Brendan McCormack, head of the division of nursing at Queen Margaret University, who has been a nurse for 36 years
'Making happy hearts through art'Subscription
Roxanna Whiteman explains how art therapy helps patients who have dementia and their families
Despite being crowned Nursing Times’ most inspirational nurse leader award in 2015 and winning the elderly care award in 2013, Wendy Mashlan very nearly missed out on being a nurse altogether. Source: ABMU Health Board
Selina Jarvis was dedicated to improving the quality of patient care before she even entered the nursing field.
'Nursing needs to be more agile and responsive'Subscription
Susan Hamer says nurses are being ‘sent into war with wooden bayonets’, but new technology could see them advance
'The problem with hyperemesis is not just the suffering – it's the battle to get treatment'Subscription
Caitlin Dean advocates on behalf of women suffering in silence with pregnancy sickness
Walk the walk, talk the talkSubscription
Despite the tough challenges ahead, Janice Stevens still gets a buzz from meeting people on the wards
Fighting to combat FGMSubscription
Joanne McEwan is truly applying her knowledge to help women affected by FGM