Steve Ford's stories
I had intended to write a purely positive piece this week on about innovative work being done for patients with learning disabilities by nurses in Liverpool hospitals.
Improving the health and lives of people with learning disabilities will be the focus of a fringe event being hosted by Nursing Times and NHS England at the Royal College of Nursing’s annual congress.
Keep up with everything happening at the RCN Congress 2019. Journalists from Nursing Times will be reporting live from Liverpool throughout the conference
Westminster Abbey was filled with nurses on Wednesday for a special service to commemorate both the life of Florence Nightingale and to mark the centenary of the funeral of Edith Cavell.
Nursing in primary care doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, despite the huge importance of the work of practice nurses. From vaccination to managing long-term conditions, they are at the core of services that are crucial to so many patients.
A leading nursing academic is among 50 of the UK’s leading figures within health and biomedical science to have been made fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
Nursing Times has been shortlisted this year in three categories for a major set of awards for the UK media industry, including for “brand of the year” for specialist magazine titles.
That health professionals are prepared to help others regardless of the situation leaves the rest of us in aweSubscription
When I opened my copy of Metro on my way to work on Tuesday morning, a picture of a smiling young woman holding a bunch of bright yellow sunflowers jumped out at me.
I was sitting at home on Friday evening easing into the May bank holiday weekend when I noticed something happening on Twitter that immediately grabbed my attention.
Guinness World Records (GWR) has admitted it “mishandled” the case of a nurse who ran in the London Marathon but was denied a record because she was wearing scrubs rather than a dress.