Ready to deliver on urgent treatment centres

NHS England's changes to emergency care services aim to alleviate pressure on EDs and GP...

Nurses can play a pivotal role in emergency department research

If you have ever thought you should be involved in research, act on it

Triage by advanced clinical practitioners eases pressure on admissions unit

Triage by advanced clinical practitioners is helping to achieve timely treatment

ED staff must feel safe and supported to deliver dignified care

Progressive nurse leaders can ensure decreasing morale and increasing turnover aren't...

Corridor care in overcrowded EDs must not become the norm

‘Trolley Tetris’ and corridor care are two practices we should do everything in our power to...

Emergency treatment for people with serious skin conditions

Early recognition of serious skin conditions in the emergency department is vital

Why you should speak up about your achievements

Ruth Oshikanlu wants to help BME nurses feel confident applying for the RCNi Nurse Awards

Embracing the nursing associate role in emergency care

What can the role offer in the emergency department?

NMC standards have a pragmatic approach to mentoring nursing students

Now ‘all NMC registered nurses and midwives are capable of supervising students’

Is your emergency department ready to treat children this winter?

Emergency staff are being urged to ensure they are ready to provide paediatric care

Advanced clinical practitioner role offers senior nurses 'portability'...

We should not view advanced practice as stealing from the nursing workforce to fill gaps in...

What is a hospital receptionist’s duty of care?

Following a Supreme Court ruling, emergency department clerical staff may require closer...

CPR: unified approach to implementing advanced care plans vital for ambulance crews

Pre-hospital systems for respecting end of life wishes need to be explored for true person-...

New 'duty to refer' homeless act emphasises role of nurses

Initiating change in the care of a homeless person is hard, but it can be done

Safeguarding practice in emergency care

Mandy Rumley-Buss asks if we are achieving our competencies in meeting our adult...

Choosing the right road to your leadership style

Rhian Monteith looks at the importance of building on strengths rather than correcting...

How the Mary Seacole course has influenced me as a leader

Lou Adams reflects on how her leadership style was challenged by the training programme

Speculating on the future of emergency care

What does the future hold for emergency care with a new health secretary, ponders Justin...