Diego Vazquez Lopez is a deputy charge nurse in the acute medical unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary, where he treats patients admitted from an acute hospital
Emergency care can be stressful, but the rewards of the job outweigh any negatives says Diego Vazquez Lopez
Paul Edwards, head of practice development at BUPA, says good leader is 'authentic, inspiring and kind'
Suppressed safe staffing guidance calling for minimum nurse-to-patient ratios in NHS emergency departments (EDs) was leaked to the media at the end of last month
Plan for unregulated support role seen as a way to obtain ‘nursing skills on the cheap’, reports Clare Lomas
The Nursing and Midwifery Council will hold a 'fundamental review' of the skills and competencies nurses will require in the future
New RCN figures reveal that more than 2,300 overseas nurses were denied permission to work in England last year
Sam Smith says paediatric oncology is a challenging but humbling area to work in
Nurses have welcomed the launch of a new self-screening tool to help identify adults in the community who are at risk of malnutrition.
Ward sister Claire Harris honoured in glittering ceremony at City Hall, Cardiff, for her pioneering work in stroke services.
Maria Guerin, a clinical nurse specialist at Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, began her career in the 1980s. Since then, she has helped to identify the need for specialist nurses and, earlier this year, was elected vice chair of the International Thoracic Oncology Nursing Forum
Maria Guerin says the UK is leading the way when it comes to cancer care
Catherine Malia combines the ethos of holistic care with her clinical and leadership roles and is heading up a pilot project to deliver nurse-led end of life care
Award-winning nurse Paula Madden brings three decades of experience to the UK’s only nurse-led bowel cancer helpline, run by the support and campaigning charity Beating Bowel Cancer
Paula Madden says dealing with young people who have a poor prognosis is always tough
Dorcas Gwata tells Clare Lomas that engaging with young people affected by gang culture requires an innovative, non-judgemental approach
Senior nurses in Northern Ireland are to be trained in political influencing to help them understand better the political landscape of the country, and how they can help to shape policy on behalf of nurses and nursing
Catherine Oakley says busy health services must avoid focusing on processes at the expense person-centred care