Director of nursing and quality at Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust Anne-Maria Olphert says that helping to set up the first children’s intensive care unit in Leicestershire is the proudest moment of her career
The best thing about being a director of nursing? Meeting patients and nurturing the future workforce
Anne-Maria Olphert says nursing is 'a big family that understands what you are going through'
This is a landmark month for the nursing profession. As this publication hits your desk, the first cohort of nurses will have successfully completed revalidation.
A true picture of the state of care for people with learning disabilities, and of the services and staffing they need, has emerged following the publication of two reports
A new strategy launched by the King's Fund sets out how NHS organisations can improve the service they deliver to patients
The number of children and young people who carry out a caring role in the home is unknown, but data from the 2011 census reveals that almost 250,000 people aged between five and 19 were caring for parents, siblings and others in England and Wales
Change in the law places duty on nurses to report FGM to the police
Public Health England chief nurse Viv Bennett says nurses must get serious about healthcare prevention and promotion
Conference hears how nurses have the power to transform people's lives
Jane Cummings unveils emerging plan for the profession at CNO summit
Nursing innovations celebrated at the first Academy of Fabulous NHS Stuff awards in London this week
Having worked in nursing, policing and the housing sector, April Dobson brings a great deal of experience to her new post of head of dementia innovation at older people’s housing charity the Abbeyfield Society. Here, she talks to Sophie Blakemore about what inspires her every day in her role and about her hopes for the future of care
April Dobson urges nurses to take the time to understand what their individual patient needs
Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne confirms that loans will replace existing bursary system for nursing students.
At the chief nursing officer (CNO) for England’s summit this month, the RCN will publicise its campaign encouraging nurses to have more say in the choice of products, supplies and medicines they use on a daily basis
Directors of nursing are under increasing pressure to achieve high standards of care while balancing budgets and juggling the everyday demands of their roles.
Almost three quarters of people who commit suicide were not known to mental health services, so community practitioners have a role to play in the early identification of those at risk.
The House of Lords’ newest nurse member has high hopes for her role, reports Sophie Blakemore