A nurse standing at the hospital bedside of a young child is watched by the child as she holds a file on which she is filling out a paediatric early warning system chart

How the new paediatric early warning system works and what it means for you

The system offers a standardised approach to responding when a child becomes seriously unwell

Spiritual care: what you need to know, whatever your practice setting

Understanding and addressing patients’ spiritual needs is essential to person-centred care


Greener infection prevention and control: how to take the whole team with you

Award winner’s tips for a successful campaign to reduce PPE use and gain staff support

Nurse prescribing: where next for the profession’s quiet success story?

Once controversial, non-medical prescribing is now commonplace – and training is in demand

An unfair legacy: how the Letby case has affected nurses

Difficult questions persist about raising concerns and preserving the profession’s image

How to harness self-awareness to build better working relationships and patient rapport

Do you know how your personality type affects how you communicate and interact at work?

Why nursing is undervalued – and how to challenge perceptions

Flawed perceptions of the profession are common. Find out how to articulate its value

A woman touches her throat/neck area after potentially experiencing non-fatal strangulation

Non-fatal strangulation: spot the signs and what you need to know

Practical advice for nurses on meeting a person’s safeguarding needs

Nurse suicide: what support is there for those at risk and grieving colleagues?

Support from healthcare employers is key to preventing tragedies

We’re glad you came: how to make sure overseas recruits know they’re welcome and valued

The NHS depends on nurses from overseas, so it’s imperative they are supported to thrive

ReSPECT process: a step-by-step guide from Resuscitation Council UK

Expert advice on the process for creating an emergency care and treatment plan

Could a tuition fees scheme help nursing students to stay and cut attrition?

The need for better incentives and support for nursing’s next generation is pressing

Lucy Letby: how the trial unfolded and timeline of investigation into babies’ deaths

We review the key events, after the nurse’s sentencing for murder and attempted murder

Burnout: how emergency nurses can guard against a mental health crisis

Working in an emergency department can take a toll but help is available

Workplace bullying: why it’s so common in nursing and what to do if it happens to you

Bullying can have a huge impact on well-being, but is not always dealt with well

The NHS pay deal is about more than wages. Now the wider issues are up for discussion

Package came with promise that concerns including safe staffing would be addressed

That guilty feeling: if work is weighing on your conscience, you’re not alone

How to gain healthy perspective when you’re shouldering too much responsibility

Young adult patients in emergency departments: what you need to know

Emergency care for 12 to 25 year olds might need to be adapted to meet their needs