Layla Haidrani

Nursing Children and Young People

‘Children just want to know people are listening to them’

Simon Hardcastle is about to take over as head of nursing children’s services hospital in Kettering, Northamptonshire.

Nursing Older People

My job: nurse consultant Karen Goudie

National clinical lead for older people at Healthcare Improvement Scotland Karen Goudie on designing new ways of working.

Nicola Thomas
Primary Health Care

I always ask myself: ‘Have we given it our best shot?’

Nicola Thomas – the first UK nurse with a renal specialty to be appointed professor of kidney care at London South Bank University – is on a mission to change the way health professionals manage the care of people who have mild to moderate kidney disease.

Babee on Board app
Nursing Standard

App review: Babee on Board

Emergency Nurse

App review: DonorPath

RCNi editorial assistant Layla Haidrani reviews the app DonorPath, by NHS Blood and Transplant

Cancer Nursing Practice

Breast cancer therapy – what’s preventing better treatments?

Oncologists, clinical leads, pharmacists and research fellows at the Breast Cancer Drugs Funding and Trials event earlier this year discussed how effective the current breast cancer drugs regime is and how the NHS can ensure new drugs reach patients.

Sonia Duffy
Nurse Researcher

‘While we treat diseases, we do not treat the root cause’

When and why did you develop an interest in research? During my master’s degree, I was able to publish my research thesis and was hooked on research.

Simon Bolton
Cancer Nursing Practice

Cancer nursing is like riding a roller coaster

The job may have its ups and downs – but the only way to get over one’s professional fears is to devour as much information as possible, says Mesothelioma UK clinical nurse specialist Simon Bolton.

Nursing Children and Young People

A glimpse of nursing student life in China

Toni Bewley discovers what nursing student life is like in a north eastern city in Daqing, China.

Nursing Older People

My job: nursing professor of stroke care Professor Dame Caroline Watkins

The UK’s only nursing professor of stroke care explains why nurses in clinical practice are...

Jane Scullion
Primary Health Care

Dare to dream

Jane Scullion, nurse consultant, joint regional clinical respiratory lead for the East Midlands and published children’s author, embraces any opportunity that comes her way.

Nursing Standard

App review: HUG

Nursing Standard

App Review: Baby Symptom Checker

Emergency Nurse

'It's up to nurses to tell politicians how it is'

Professor Matt Griffiths on lobbying the home office, changing the game for emergency nurses and why the recent attacks in Westminster and Manchester will mean a thorough review into major incident plans.

Nursing Standard

Nursing during Ramadan

Nursing students reflect on what Ramadan means to them and how they combine religion with...

Emergency Nurse

Working in emergency care is the best job you'll ever have

With an increasingly challenging drug epidemic in the US, development specialist Charlene...

Nursing Standard

App review: Royal Trinity Hospice