Why we must value bank nurses
From next month, care providers in England will no longer be able to pay agency staff 55% more per shift than they would permanent staff.
Leaders must find the right balance between challenge, support and action
Ruth Holt would like to see staff working across community and acute settings
Nurses deserve to be rewarded
This, the first 2016 issue of Nursing Management features an exploration by Open University professor of nursing Jan Draper and colleagues of the role of managers in continuing professional education (CPE).
We are the future of the NHS
Daniel Bakey is a theatre matron at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. He has worked across the north west of England and in Australia, and was promoted to cross bay matron in June. Mr Bakey is responsible for 19 operating theatres in Lancaster, Kendal and Barrow
'I feel I was destined to care for others'
Caring for a patient who has entrusted their life to you is the most rewarding career, says Daniel Bakey
Lessons for leaders
Hundreds of the country’s most senior nurses are convening in Birmingham this month for the chief nursing officer (CNO) for England’s summit 2015.
Battlelines: women's poetry from the first world war
Emergency Nurse and Nursing Management editor Nick Lipley reviews a performance of poetry and music at the Royal College of Nursing