For NHS nurses in permanent jobs, the freedom of agency nursing may seem enticing, but it is important to consider the pros and cons
Nursing students need to learn how to deal with multiple problems in the clinical environment.
Lone workers in community settings can be vulnerable to abuse. Dean Gurden looks at how to mitigate the risks and keep these people safe.
Knowing when – and how – to move on is an important career skill.
Opportunity knocks for nurses if they want to return to practice
Work motivation can be kick-started by redefining your ambitions
Medical settings are fast-paced and busy, so if someone is not pulling their weight, it can have a big effect on the rest of the team and the quality of care being given. What if it is one of your colleagues who is not fulfilling their duties or performing to the required standard?
Most of us find change a challenge, but by accepting it as inevitable we can make the most of opportunities that arise.
Being made redundant can feel like a crushing blow, but it might just be the springboard to better things
Last year’s Shape of Caring review highlighted the alarming fact that at least 20% of nursing students are dropping out of their studies.
Few of us work in isolation, so ensuring your team works well together is essential.
Two employers are vying for your services, so how do you choose between them? Here's some advice