Nick Evans

Leading Change Adding Value
Mental Health Practice

Policy briefing: Leading Change, Adding Value

An examination of NHE England's new nursing framework.

Cally Palmer
Cancer Nursing Practice

Nurses must get involved in implementing the cancer plan

National cancer director Cally Palmer outlines her vision

Jane Cummings
Nursing Management

Take on more frontline responsibilities, nurses told

Two recent reports seek to empower nurses in light of staff shortages

Jane Cummings on Leading Change, Adding Value
RCNi

Jane Cummings on Leading Change, Adding Value

Jane Cummings on Leading Change, Adding Value

Jane Cummings on Leading Change, Adding Value
Nursing Older People

Jane Cummings on Leading Change, Adding Value

Jane Cummings on Leading Change, Adding Value

Nurse adviser to Care England Deborah Sturdy
Nursing Older People

Policy briefing: Leading Change, Adding Value

Leading Change, Adding Value – expert comment

Vanguards
Nursing Older People

Vanguards show the way in older people’s care

Encouraging improvements have been achieved, but spreading these successes more widely may hit a wall because of financial restraints

Jane Cummings holding up a 10 commitments card
Learning Disability Practice

Policy briefing: Leading Change, Adding Value

We examine the latest policy and what it means for you http://www.england.nhs.uk/nursingvision/compassion

Cancer Nursing Practice

Investment in cancer aftercare may ease the path to recovery

Supporting people who survive cancer has been one of the main priorities for the NHS in recent years.

Nursing Children and Young People

Understaffed transfer services may put infants’ lives at risk

Specialist neonatal transport services are essential parts of care provision for sick and premature babies. But, according to a report from the charity Bliss, such transfers are too often ‘understaffed, under-resourced and part time’

Nursing Management

New national policy sets out support system for whistleblowers

Nurses and other NHS staff who raise concerns about safety or the quality of patient care are promised full protection under a new national whistleblowing policy

Nursing Standard

Breathing new life into asthma care

Half of the one million children in the UK with asthma will have an asthma attack every year, with about 25,000 requiring hospital admission. This article looks at how initiatives such as creating networks of GP practices and placing hospital specialists in the community could improve the care of children with asthma.

Nursing Management

Annual NHS survey shows that three quarters of staff work overtime,

The annual NHS staff survey is a chance to discover how front line staff feel about their working lives

Nursing Children and Young People

Care for children is changing

Transforming care has become a buzz phrase in the health service. Since NHS England’s Five-Year Forward View was published in autumn 2014 a great deal of interest has been expressed in changing services to improve care and save money

Emergency Nurse

'Compelling case for action' on care of older people in emergency departments

Caring for older people in emergency departments is one of the biggest challenges facing hospitals, not only because of the number of patients involved, but also because of the wide range of long-term conditions they have

Nursing Management

Productivity still ‘not good enough’ says Carter review

The starting gun has been fired. After 18 months of work, Lord Carter’s roadmap for hospitals to achieve £5 billion a year of spending cuts has been published

Primary Health Care

Are we nearing a turning point in children’s asthma services?

Asthma has become so common in the UK that there are, on average, at least two children with the condition in every classroom. Moreover, the familiarity of the condition may have bred complacency. The Royal College of Physicians ( 2014 ) National Review of Asthma Deaths warned that not enough was being done to reduce unnecessary admissions and deaths. The findings of the report were shocking, but perhaps unsurprising

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