Analysis

Grenfell: ‘The main struggle is the anger in the area’

Local resident Lucy Wood and her young nephew were among thousands of witnesses to the tower...

Grenfell: Finding and treating the bereaved and the witnesses

Outreach workers are striving to reach all those who may be living with the symptoms of post...

Grenfell: The healthcare response timeline

How NHS and other healthcare professionals responded when the fire began, and in the months...

Grenfell: Residents’ contacts with the NHS

The number and nature of Grenfell-related patient contacts with the NHS to date

Grenfell: The team bringing hope of recovery to the community

A nurse-led mental health outreach team is working day and night to support a population...

Norfolk trust set to open UK's first emergency department dedicated to older...

The emergency department for patients over 80 is expected to be up and running at the end of...

Cementing a strategy for the future of the emergency care workforce

A new report recommends extra investment in advanced clinical practitioners to help address...

NHS Providers tells emergency services to brace themselves for what could be the worst...

Despite intensive winter planning, doubts remain over how hospitals in England will cope...

Pinpointing and relieving stress in emergency departments

Working in an emergency department (ED) is a demanding and high-pressure job. Previous...

Emergency nursing during major incident plans

Hospitals expect a major incident plan to be implemented every three years, but following...

Not enough is being done to cut risk of death after cardiac arrest, says expert group

A group of cardiac experts and campaigners on the Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest steering...

How have the demands on emergency care for young people changed in England over ten...

A study carried out by the Nuffield Trust and the Health Foundation has analysed whether the...

'We need to combat negativity'

Professor Dame Jessica Corner talks to Nursing Standard

Clock ticking again on four-hour target for emergency departments

Emergency departments in England are being told they must start hitting the operational...

NHS 111: help or hindrance for emergency care?

Nurses have admitted frustration at the rising number of people who are not seriously ill...

ED pressures force UK hospitals to declare major incidents

Major incidents have been declared during January from 40% of hospitals in England, as

Mounting pressures are pulling the plug on nurses working in EDs

Nurses are being deterred from working in pressured emergency departments (EDs) because of

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