Jennifer Trueland

Supervision on clinical placement: relationships can make or break the experience

How to get practice learning right whether you’re the supervisor or the student

What inspired me to become a nurse – and why I choose to stay

Nurses reflect on their route into the profession and what keeps them motivated

How to reduce falls in older people in care homes

Guide to Action for Care Homes has proven effective while not reducing residents’ activity

Remote assessments for physical conditions: how to get the most from video calls

Virtual consultations can transform care, and there are tools to help with tech and skills

Ditching hierarchy in healthcare: could shared decision-making work for your team?

The leadership model ensuring staff at all levels can initiate and progress change

Wanted: future nurse leaders seeking programmes made for students

We look at the schemes that nurture and develop your leadership skills from day one

Can community nurses cope with increased out of hospital services for older people?

Community care has good outcomes, but district nursing workloads exceed capacity of services

How you can help reduce appointment anxiety for people with learning disabilities

Ensuring reasonable adjustments are made can make the experience better for everyone

Take a year out from study, get paid and boost your CV: an internship with a difference

Promoting academic careers with a combined teaching and clinical research role for students

Giving bad news: tips on difficult conversations for cancer nurses

How to break bad news and provide emotional support to someone living with cancer

Apps, coaching and healthy food options at work: weight management support for nurses

Resources that can help you change how you think about food and lose weight while you sleep

Chronic wounds: what nurses can do to improve treatment and optimise healing

Approaches to ulcers and chronic wounds remain inconsistent – and costly – throughout the NHS

Parkinson’s: what you might not know about the condition

The world’s fastest-growing neurological condition is not just a disease of older people

Corridor nursing: how can EDs maintain safety amid overcrowding?

Record overcrowding means patients arriving by ambulance are too often kept in corridors

Young people with cancer: how nurses can offer psychological support

Cancer diagnosis can be hard for young people who need high-quality nursing support

Meet the UK’s first national lead nurse in neonatal palliative care

Alex Mancini now works with three neonatal networks and the aim is to roll work out across...

Fear of cancer recurrence: how nurses can support people after successful treatment

For some patients such fears can be debilitating and may require psychological support

Alcohol and substance misuse among nurses: overcoming fear and stigma to ask for help

Pandemic pressures have contributed to problems for many, but support is available

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