Board’s eye view: Too few politicians understand what we do

Emergency nurses respond to crises every day, yet as the 1% pay cap suggests, their role is...

A need for new thinking on emergency services

Paresh Wankhade argues that transformational reforms are needed to improve emergency...

Board's eye view: investing in the future of young people...

Reflecting on the events which have affected millions of people, James Bethel writes how it...

Address the basic needs of those who care for others

Janet Youd on why now is the time to invest in the needs of those caring for others in the...

Introducing a new team player

Establishing new healthcare roles such as the physician associate in emergency departments...

Bigger picture: Congress debate can get lost in translation

The interests and views of patients should be central to debate about mental health issues.

Board’s eye view: Change to healthcare shows history repeating itself

People who misuse drugs and alcohol may not be treated under the new US healthcare system.

Board’s eye view: Should NHS staff be offered formal commendations?

The minister who tried to save police officer Keith Palmer on 22 March acted bravely, but we...

Make your vote count

Why it is so important to make your vote count for the NHS and health and social care in

Board's eye view: is there a fairer way to evaluate capability?...

Weighing up the pros and cons of using objective structured clinical examinations, to

Is it time for speciality streaming for emergency nursing students?

​A focus on emergency care in the third-year of a nursing degree would prepare pre-...

The bigger picture: a responsibility to educate

Continued learning and development can often be sidelined in a busy emergency department...

Board’s eye view: supporting second victims

Why healthcare providers need support when adverse incidents occur.

The chilling effect of 'ice' in EDs

As 'ice' users become more common in Australia, it can place a substantial drain

Tips for emergency nurses on building resilience

Emergency care staff can protect themselves from burnout by building resilience against the...

The bigger picture: keep your wits on the twittersphere

Social media has transformed how healthcare professionals communicate with each other. This

Boards Eye View

Understanding the reality behind the media portrayals of emergency department pressures