Christine Walker

Neonatal intensive care
Nursing Children and Young People

What price for better neonatal critical care services?

A new report on neonatal critical care proposes far-reaching changes to services

Al Aynsley-Green
Nursing Children and Young People

Sir Al Aynsley Green: ‘Why do we have such appalling outcomes for children?’

Sir Aynsley-Green hopes his new book will highlight issues about children’s health and rights

workshop participants
Learning Disability Practice

Learning Disability Practice conference looks to future nursing issues

Innovation, changes in nursing practice and an ageing population’s needs were explored

LDP conference editorial
Learning Disability Practice

Sell-out Learning Disability Practice conference in October will ensure a lively agenda

Lessons from the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review, recruitment and reasonable adjustments at this year’s event

Fathers
Nursing Children and Young People

Is children's healthcare back on the map or just for the summer?

Involving fathers more in the care of their sick children is one issue that seems to be gaining momentum

Learning Disability Practice

Health education summit bids to stem decline in college enrolment numbers

A summit on the recruitment crisis in learning disability nurse education to be held

Learning Disability Practice

Looking to the future for learning disability nurses

New standards on how people with learning disabilities are cared for in hospitals in England have been launched, meanwhile two category winners in this year's RCNi Awards showcase just how innovative staff in the specialty can be

Nursing Children and Young People

Lessons from team who won more nursing for special schools

Work of team who showed value of nursing in special schools holds lessons for others

Nursing Children and Young People

Make child health promotion in the community a global priority – ICN president

Community-based child health promotion is a sound investment

Jonathan Beebee
Nursing Standard

Congress votes unanimously to preserve field of learning disability nursing

In a congress debate, members heard that universities were closing programmes and nurses leaving without being replaced

Adam Bennett
Learning Disability Practice

Nurse invents app to help avoid diabetes risk

A nurse has invented a game app to show people with learning disabilities how much sugar...

Jo Grace
Learning Disability Practice

Helping prepare people with learning disabilities for injections using sensory communication

Jo Grace explains approaches to giving an injection with someone who is non-verbal

Siobhan O'Halloran
Learning Disability Practice

Ireland's chief nurse promises bright future for intellectual disability nurses

Siobhan O'Halloran says Ireland is investing in its undergraduate nursing programmes

Alfie Evans
Nursing Children and Young People

Alder Hey Children's Hospital sends condolences to family after death of Alfie Evans

Trust acknowledges that Alfie's case had deeply affected everyone involved

Learning Disability Practice

Summit urged on crisis in learning disability nursing

Top academics are calling for a summit on the staffing crisis in learning disability nursing

Richard Handley
Learning Disability Practice

Specialist training is essential to meet the needs of people with learning disabilities

Mencap’s Treat Me Well campaign aimed at healthcare professionals follows NHS failings more than a decade ago

Nursing Children and Young People

Could you be the next student columnist for Nursing Children and Young People?

Nursing Children and Young People, the country's leading journal for children's nurses, is looking for a student to write its regular Student voice column

Nursing Children and Young People

Time to really prepare the NHS for winter

While some people might not accept the NHS is in a crisis, it is hard to deny the increasing numbers of staff shortages, now more common than ever before.

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