COVID-19 is putting nurses under extreme pressure, so here’s how to help colleagues cope
A retrieval service role combines the fundamentals of nursing and the pressure of trauma care
Amanda (Mandie) Burston, assistant resuscitation officer at Royal Stoke University Hospital, found a patient’s feedback highlighted the importance of supporting communication with family and friends
From seeing a detainee who has collapsed in a cell to assessing someone’s fitness to be interviewed for murder, it's all in a day's work for police custody nurse Matt Peel.
Being a nurse doesn’t give immunity from long-term illness: points to consider after being diagnosed
Work dissatisfaction can affect health, recruitment and retention
Work motivation can be kick-started by redefining your ambitions
A recent report shows nurse directors are reluctant to take on chief executive roles because of the high personal cost
In a challenging work situation, the level of stress and anxiety you are feeling may well be unnecessary – but you can beat it by taking control with these simple tools.
Nerves can take hold and speech become garbled when you are put on the spot. Here, we offer expert advice on being the best you can be at a job interview.
Medical settings are fast-paced and busy, so if someone is not pulling their weight, it can have a big effect on the rest of the team and the quality of care being given. What if it is one of your colleagues who is not fulfilling their duties or performing to the required standard?
Most of us find change a challenge, but by accepting it as inevitable we can make the most of opportunities that arise.