Alison Moore

NHS pension scheme: can you afford not to be in it?

What you need to do to give yourself pension peace of mind

Compassion fatigue: how to know if you have it and how to support team members

What to do when the emotional and physical toll of caring reduces your ability to empathise

NHS pension reforms: what the latest update means for those on the old and new schemes

How 2015 changes to the NHS pension scheme affect nurses, plus who needs to make a choice

Personality disorder: changing attitudes to people with complex emotional difficulties

People perceived as having ‘complex needs’ often face exclusion from effective treatment

Diversity in nursing: why it’s time to think neurodiversity

How a nurse network aims to help staff thrive and make workplaces more ‘autism-friendly’

COVID-19: how nurse managers are dealing with the psychological toll of the pandemic

Senior nurses have stepped up to the challenges, but trusts need to support them

Flo Panel-Coates, chief nurse, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

COVID-19: providing nursing leadership in a public health crisis

UCLH chief nurse explains how the trust’s culture helped it through the peak of the outbreak

Agency nurses: trapped in a pandemic staffing paradox

Far from getting extra work due to COVID-19, many have struggled to obtain shifts

Roles for self-isolating nurses

Self-isolating but still at work: the nurses behind the front line

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many nurses to forge new ways of working from home

illustration shows nurses climbing up the side of a mountain to reach the summit

Moving up: a clear career pathway retains great staff and makes recruitment easier

How one trust taps the potential of long-serving as well as new nursing staff

E. coli bacteria occur naturally within the human body Picture: iStock

E. coli infection: how every nurse can help prevent it

The Gram-negative bacteria is a growing threat in community and acute settings

woman holds cushion defensively while man stands facing her

What to do when you suspect domestic abuse

The nurses’ training aid that offers you practical strategies for the best outcomes

Why the NHS can no longer afford to ignore the cracks in the ceiling

Lack of investment in buildings and equipment has left nurses working in poor conditions

Opioid misuse: breaking the prescription addiction cycle

Help patients understand how opioids are making their pain worse, not better

What does flexible working mean to you?

It could help the NHS retain nurses – but should mean more than accommodating childcare needs

Can nursing degree apprenticeships deliver on their promise?

Despite a faltering start, they offer new opportunities for would-be nurses in England

How care for children with cancer can be improved

Round table of paediatric cancer nurses look at the challenges specialist nurses face

Social care in crisis: your questions answered

Can the government come up with a solution that works for individuals, carers and staff?

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