Lynne Pearce

Becoming a nurse prescriber: how it could take your career in unexpected directions

Find out what you need to do to be qualified to practise as a non-medical prescriber

Mouth care at the end of life: how to provide safe and essential interventions

Oral hygiene is a crucial part of providing dignified end of life care

Flexible retirement from the NHS: your options if the end of working life is in sight

Choices you have if you’re wondering how and when to start drawing your pension

Stress and your nursing studies: how to minimise and manage it

When you’re feeling overwhelmed, understanding the triggers of stress can help you cope

Mental health nursing on an island: helping children cope with anxiety and crisis

Mental health nurse Laura Matthews’ book helps children handle difficult feelings

Bronchiolitis: how to recognise red flag symptoms requiring emergency care

Updated NICE guidance focuses on diagnosis, red flag symptoms and when to seek emergency care

Admiral Nurses in the community: helping carers cope with the uncertainty of dementia

Primary care support to families living with dementia, plus the skills of the role

Leadership in prison nursing: empowering women to take control of their health

Unexpected opportunities to improve access to care for a vulnerable patient group

Survival guide for new nursing students: four things you’ll want to get right

The steps you can take to give yourself the best chance of success

New guidelines on childhood immunisation: best practice, tips and checklists explained

Managing Childhood Immunisation Clinics provides practical advice for general practice nurses

Skin conditions: how to identify rashes and diseases on darker skin types

Black and brown skin tones have been neglected in medical literature - but that’s changing

The apps, podcasts, books and key resources every nursing student must access

Lecturers and students recommend where to look for information and support

Urology: why this diverse specialty offers nurses huge scope to make an impact

Prostate Cancer UK clinical champion Clare Waymont on urology’s endless career possibilities

Wound care: what the framework for standardised treatment means for your patients

Guidance focuses on individualised care for pressure ulcers, lower limbs and surgical wounds

My second-chance career: how one nurse conquered stigma to return to practice

History of mental ill health can end careers – but Hannah MacDonald had other ideas

Intentional rounding: does it ensure consistency or hinder individualised patient care?

How the structured rounds system works in practice, plus what it means for compassionate care

Nutrition-related sarcopenia: how to advise patients on improving diet

Sarcopenia is marked by a loss of muscle mass and often seen in older people

Advanced practice in the community: combining leadership with rewarding hands-on care

Why my dynamic band 7 community nursing role is no place for outdated stereotypes

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