Cancer nurses explain how they benefit from Schwartz rounds
Tamsin Newton Snow
The final article in our series on how cancer affects different patient demographics
How nurses can improve their support for women with cancer
Despite failing to meet waiting time targets, patient safety remains a priority
Mary Seacole Awards winner will research the care experience of black men
Effects of daily exposure to distress can take a toll on pre-hospital clinicians
Pandemic! Nursing 100 years of infection exhibition traces the evolution of nurses' roles
With one in three 10 to 11 year-olds either obese or overweight and England’s recent childhood obesity plan widely attacked as insufficient Tamsin Newton Snow finds out how nurses are trying to tackle the crisis.
Consultant nurse Karina Jackson explains how psychological screening and support is helping patients with skin disease who are traumatised by their condition.
Psychotropic drugs are more commonly prescribed to people with Alzheimer’s disease aged 90 years or more, compared with those diagnosed at a younger age, say researchers from the University of Eastern Finland.
Sex and relationship education in schools should be more positive, and delivered by experts who have clear boundaries with students, say researchers from the University of Bristol.
Self-reported smoking cessation rates among hospital patients more than doubled when nurses who had undergone one hour’s training coached patients on how to quit, latest findings show.