How can you reduce the risk of sudden unexpected death in epileptic people?
COVID-19 has laid bare the depth of the nurse workforce crisis, with staff at tipping point
Emergency departments are facing their greatest challenges of the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted that safe staffing and proper PPE mean better care
Older people living with frailty tend to present late and often in crisis at the ED
Call to nurses to get behind campaign for legislation
Too many patients must wait excessive periods for care in emergency departments.
Nominate yourself or a colleague for this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards and help celebrate exceptional nursing care, writes editor Graham Scott
Patients and professionals must recognise the signs and symptoms of sepsis much more quickly.
Emergency care staff have an opportunity to create more integrated services.
We need to do more to retain emergency nurses under increasing levels of workplace stress.
Cardiac arrest is a traumatic event - our readers have their say on family-witnessed resuscitation
Amid unprecedented winter pressures, health secretary Jeremy Hunt recently suggested that the four-hour waiting time guarantee should no longer apply to patients attending A&E with less serious problems. Nursing Standard panellists have their say.
Gary Jones asks how much longer we must endure the annual prospect of winter pressures on emergency departments
A readable and interactive book, and would be a valued addition for reference on any nurse’s bookshelf
A useful book for reference, but without depth of knowledge
This book is recommend it to registrants who want a comprehensive understanding of revalidation
This book covers all the important topics encountered in minor trauma in children, from head injuries to foot injuries.
This book is recommended especially for anyone interested in developing their knowledge of major incident management.
Adult nursing senior lecturer Karen Sanders reviews Thoughtful Health Care: Ethical Awareness and Reflective Practice.