Research suggests nature volunteering could provide an important ‘non-medical’ service that would help relieve the burden on the NHS.
Read our policy briefing on new guidance for helping in the immediate aftermath when people are injured in an acid attack.
Read our clinical update on an RCN campaign to help nurses spot the signs of delirium.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has helped people with advanced kidney cancer to benefit from a new treatment on the NHS.
A community nurse-led project in Liverpool is recording great success in picking up life-threatening lung diseases at an earlier and more treatable stage.
Charity Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence has published new information for families and healthcare staff.
Raising concerns can be difficult, especially for nursing students who fear the consequences of making an official complaint. But patient safety is paramount, and all healthcare staff have a duty to report poor care, writes Erin Dean.
Summary and nursing implications of the latest updates to clinical practice.
A controversial but successful appeal paid for a memorial statue of Crimean war heroine Mary Seacole in London. Now a charitable trust in her name is working for a more inclusive society.
Parents of young children may be entitled to 30 hours a week of free childcare from the beginning of this month, but nurseries say the government’s funding offer falls far short.
An overhaul of care for people in the West Midlands with learning disabilities and autism has more than halved inpatient admissions and cut hospital length of stay.
NHS England has published a ten-point plan to raise the profile of general practice nursing and make it easier for practices to recruit and retain nurses.
From Wi-Fi for visitors to regular updates on waiting times, read our policy briefing on a list of standards emergency departments should be meeting, or working towards achieving, from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Read our clinical update on a new online endometriosis resource for patients, their partners and nurses.
New guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in agreement with NHS England, on accessing a potentially life-transforming drug for Hypophosphatasia.
Emergency department staff may experience high rates of anxiety, depression and burnout
From focusing on personality disorders to reviewing drugs for schizophrenia and cognitive behavioural therapy, mental health services have come a long way since Mental Health Practice first rolled off the presses in 1997. And nurses have been a crucial part of this cultural change over the past two decades. But what of the future for the profession?
Read our clinical update on guidance from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine on female genital mutilation.