Christine Walker

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.

Nursing Children and Young People

Neonatal care needs to put more emphasis on multiple births

A twins and multiple births report reveals regional variations in care, but how much can be read into the differences?

Learning Disability Practice editorial
Learning Disability Practice

The crisis facing learning disability nursing, is, sadly, all too real

Making a pitch for learning disability nursing

Nursing Children and Young People

Are children's nurses fit for the future? I think so

Delegates came from across the UK to attend the Children’s Nursing: Fit for the Future? conference, and nominations for this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards 2018 are now open

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Nursing Children and Young People

Presumed consent to organ donation could be accepted UK-wide

Organ donation except where the person or family opts out has already been accepted in Wales.

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Nursing Children and Young People

We need to reduce pressure on children’s services during winter

Hospital at home services are one way to keep acutely ill children out of hospital.

Nicky Lyall
Learning Disability Practice

Living life to the full and be supported to have a comfortable death

Supporting clients to live a life as full as it can possibly be, but also to have a good death when the time comes, is a challenge that Nicky Lyall and her team are tackling

Alex Bolt and Paul Carruthers
Nursing Children and Young People

Transgender issues: ‘Referrals have gone through the roof’

Despite an eight-month waiting list, a four-stage care pathway assessment and an assortment of clinical tests, the number of young people over the age of 14 who want to change gender has increased significantly since 1989

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Nursing Standard

Nurses are providing sanitary products for poorer pupils

So-called 'period poverty' is leading to some school nurses having to provide sanitary towels for pupils who cannot afford to buy them.

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Nursing Children and Young People

Children can thrive on a blended diet

RCN Wales 2016 Nurse of the Year has developed a best-practice protocol for administering a blended diet for children with complex needs.

Learning Disability Practice

EXCLUSIVE: Future strategies for behaviour that challenges

A one-day event, organised by the Prison Reform Trust, University of Leeds, NHS Improvement and the National Autistic Society, was held in London to discuss future strategies for people who have learning disabilities and have committed a sexual offence.

Nursing Children and Young People

Allergenic foods should be introduced earlier in life to cut risks of developing allergies

An American review into allergenic food tolerance has found that introduction to certain food types earlier on in life can reduce the risks of developing allergies.

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