Christine Walker

Nursing Children and Young People

Applications invited for new children's nursing research awards

Two awards on offer for a children's nurse and nursing student to present their research

Nursing associate trainee Abbie Rix (left), with patient experience group member Abul Kasem Picture: Barney Newman
Learning Disability Practice

Can nursing associates solve our staffing crisis?

Learning disability nurses have disappeared from the register at an alarming rate

Abbie Rix (left), nursing associate trainee at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, with patient experience group member Kevin Preen Picture: Barney Newman
Learning Disability Practice

Are nursing associates a benefit to the learning disability sector?

HEE’s £2 million recruitment drive will include 150 places for the recently created role

Nurse with babies in incubators
Nursing Children and Young People

Nursing shortages has its impact in every area of children's services

More must be done to improve recruitment and retention from neonatal care to school nursing

Nursing Standard

Awards to showcase best practice in continence care for young people to adult services

Paediatric Continence Forum Awards seek to promote excellence in bladder and bowel services

Learning Disability Nursing category winners of the 2019 RCNi Nurse Awards
Learning Disability Practice

Learning disability nurse shortages: Now is the time to act on the evidence

RCNi Nurse Awards show the great work done by LD nurses, but staff shortages are critical

Marianne Stöger and Margaritha Pissarek
Nursing Standard

Petition aims to secure Nobel peace prize for two leprosy nurses

Austrian nurses devoted 40 years to caring for an ostracised community in South Korea

Philippines nursing students
Nursing Standard

Potential nurse shortage in the Philippines threatens future supply of staff to the UK

International Council of Nurses’ Howard Catton says shortfall ‘is a big issue for the world’

Advanced nurse with patient
Nursing Standard

Do you know your clinical nurse specialist from your nurse practitioner?

Move to tighten definition of advanced nursing practice aims to end confusion about roles

Annette Kennedy
Nursing Standard

Investment in nurses is key to achieving universal healthcare – ICN

ICN president Annette Kennedy says investing in nurses is an economic imperative

nurses confer in front of whiteboard
Nursing Standard

Setting nurse-patient ratios saves lives and prevents burnout, ICN told

Researchers point to success of introducing strict nurse-patient ratios in US and Australia

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Nursing Standard

‘If we don’t protect nurses, we don’t have a health system’

WHO director general speaks out about violence and discrimination nurses face worldwide

woman looks dejected at airport
Nursing Standard

How the vigilance of nurses can be harnessed in the fight against modern slavery

International Council of Nurses issues guide to help you spot signs a patient was trafficked

Sheila Tlou and Nigel Crisp
Nursing Standard

Global campaign to spot future nurse leaders begins

Nightingale Challenge aims to nurture leadership potential of nurses and midwives under 35

Elizabeth Iro
Nursing Standard

‘Nurses cannot continue to be abused’

WHO chief nurse says recognising value is not just about money, but appreciating nurses’ work

Anette Kennedy Photo: ICN
Nursing Standard

Nurses ‘deserve more than a pat on the back’, ICN congress hears

Four-day conference focusing on challenges for nurses around the globe kicks off in Singapore

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Learning Disability Practice

Exclusive: Is it time for learning disability nursing to press the 'reset' button?

Leading nurse figures meet to discuss what action to take

Learning Disability Practice

LeDeR report highlights care crisis and need for learning disability nursing investment

Report reveals learning disabilities and Down’s syndrome still being given as cause of death