Jennifer Trueland

Common but crushing: how skin conditions can affect mental health

The information you need to support patients coping with ‘just a skin condition’

How a beauty salon boosts creativity and recovery on a psychiatric intensive care unit

Shannon Ward’s move into beauty therapy helps patients to better mental health and recovery

Domestic abuse: how to spot the signs and support colleagues who may be affected

Nurses in all sectors will have contact with victims, but can also be at risk themselves

Fair pay, safe staffing and support during COVID-19: priorities for nursing in 2021

The RCN general secretary on being an advocate for nursing in its most difficult year to date

During the pandemic care home nurses have proven there is more than one front line

In a changed world, care home nurses have shown that they have the skills to care for people with multiple and complex needs

Odd man out: weighing up the profession’s gender balance problem

Recent recruitment ads sparked a backlash, so how can nursing attract more men?

Theresa Fyffe, RCN Scotland director, who will retire in January 2021

Safe staffing champion: ‘role was my chance to be loud and proud and promote nursing’

As she prepares to retire, RCN Scotland director reflects on nursing and COVID-19

Acute kidney injury: the common condition that’s often overlooked

When nurses stay alert to AKI signs and hydration they can optimise patient outcomes

Breaking bad news: what you need to know

Informing patients and their families of bad news is never easy, but it is part of ED life

Care home nurses’ survey reveals a sector facing huge challenges during pandemic

QNI report reveals care home sector had to make a number of difficult decisions

Iron deficiency anaemia: the condition every nurse needs to take seriously

The telltale signs of a condition that’s widely misunderstood, plus how to improve outcomes

Why every nurse should embrace the potential of digital technology

Information management is fundamental to nursing, which is why computers are a powerful ally

Making reasonable adjustments in prisons: the role of the learning disability nurse

With one third of prisoners having autism, a learning disability or difficulty, specialist...

The ‘corona class’: starting a nursing degree during the COVID-19 outbreak

The April student intake are yet to meet their tutors or each other in person

Childbirth, menopause, ageing and stress incontinence: dispelling the myths

How nurses can explain that pads are not the answer and need not be inevitable

Coronavirus in the community: the innovations helping nursing services keep up

Collaboration has helped staff face the enormous challenges of community care

COVID-19 and sepsis: what do the similarities mean for nurses and patients?

As with sepsis, for many people, the after-effects of COVID-19 will require long-term support

How you can tackle casual racism and microaggression in the NHS

The steps every nurse can take to confront unconscious bias and be an authentic ally

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