Elaine Cole

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Leadership training during COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19: the online programme for nurses facing new leadership challenges

Free leadership course gives nurses a chance to discuss difficult situations with peers

The intern team: (from left) chief nurse Kathryn Halford, recruitment nurse and senior lead intern Beverley Sawer, intern (junior doctors and nursing) Taz Ebenezer, senior intern (AHPs) Sarah Davies, and intern (nursing) Anne Honey

Supporting Gen Y and Z: what it takes to retain newly qualified nurses

How a team of senior nurses is helping newer recruits thrive – and improving retention

Stella Davey

Sepsis care, vacancy rates, resus team: how a matron transformed her ED

Team has turned around an emergency department’s patient care and staff morale

RCNi Nurse Awards 2020 last call for entries

Last call for entries to the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020

There’s still time to submit your entry – but you’ll have to be quick!

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Only one week left to enter the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020

Don’t miss your chance to win a prestigious award in the Year of the Nurse and Midwife

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Image shows RCNi nurse award-winner Janine McKnight-Cowan

The 2020 RCNi Nurse Awards can give you and your specialty a life-changing boost

2019 Community and general practice nursing category winner on life after the award

RCNi Nurse Awards info

RCNi Nurse Awards 2020: deadline for nominations extended

Individuals and teams now have until 7 February to nominate themselves or a colleague

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Don’t forget to enter the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020

Grab the chance to promote nursing’s excellence, compassion and commitment

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Where nursing and social care meet: how care home internships inspire nursing students

Be inspired by this praised project to enter the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020

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Picture shows RCNi Awards 2019 Child health category winner Joanna Broderick (left) with a mother holding a baby and following the oxygen weaning guideline she developed.

The RCNi Nurse Awards 2020 can help put you and your specialty in the spotlight

2019's Child health category winner wants to inspire others to be innovative

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The RCNi Nurse Awards 2020 provide an opportunity to show what great work you are doing

Why not nominate yourself or a colleague for these prestigious nursing awards?

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Boost your specialty and profile by entering the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020

Nominate yourself or a colleague for these prestigious nursing awards

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Award winners champion sexual health and rehabilitation of mental health service users

As entries open for the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020, past winners reflect on their career-...

Could it be you? Entries now open for the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020

Nominate yourself or a colleague for this prestigious nursing award in 2020

End of life care: finding out what matters to the families and carers of dying patients

The programme that helps nurses see care through the eyes of patients’ loved ones

Could you be the RCN Nurse of the Year in the year of the nurse?

Entries open for the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020, your chance to promote your work and specialty

How a healthcare assistant made the operating theatre a less scary place for children

Award-winner Lisa Morgan's innovations help to ease the anxieties of children

Knife crime: teaching young people the skills they need to help save lives

The nurses and students breaking down barriers to help educate and protect young people

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