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Why I work in an emergency department

Justin Walford, a charge nurse, prepares to give a talk at his daughter’s school about why...

Amanda Burston: winning RCNi Nurse of the Year award opens many doors

After winning the RCNi Nurse of the Year award you can highlight what you’re passionate...

Board’s eye view - Effective inspections

Emergency nurses and doctors in the UK do a remarkable job dealing with increasing numbers...

RCN's centenary offers a chance to reflect on a century of change

Former RCN president Lucy Ottley once said: ‘What an opportunity we have to guide the future...

A change for the better

Revalidation, one of the most significant changes to the regulation of nurses and midwives,...

Keep your eyes – and mind – open to signs of domestic abuse

Abuse is often hidden behind an 'ordinary' relationship, says RCN Nurse of the Year Amanda...

Voices - Being a Care Maker means sharing the spirit of the 6Cs, says Jane Cummings

Last month a celebration event was held for Care Makers – those volunteers who act as...

All set for a challenge

The revalidation process will eventually become part of who we are as nurses, says RCN Nurse...

Board’s eye view - Life after discharge

Staff in my emergency department (ED) were saddened recently by the death of a young...

Roisin Devlin - Bigger picture

Last December, RCN Northern Ireland (RCN NI) embarked on a social media campaign to lobby...

Inspirational lessons in frailty

Frailty in older patients is an important issue that we all need to be aware of in light of...

Surviving seasonal pressures while delivering quality care

Nickola Amin suggests a way to survive seasonal pressures while delivering quality care

The meningitis B vaccine shouldn’t depend on a parent’s finances

Why I paid three times the recommended price to protect my daughter

Voices - The NMC is responsive to nurses’ ever-changing needs, says Janet Finch

The Nursing and Midwifery Council is committed to being a dynamic organisation that values...

Today's nurses should be proud of their graduate status...

Jennifer Hunt urges newly quaified nurses to be tall poppies, not shrinking violets

Voices - We must be honest about the NHS care we can expect, says Janet Davies

After years of campaigning for better training, regulation and opportunities for healthcare...

Happy Valentine's Day? Not for everyone...

Nurses should be extra vigilent around Valentine's Day to spot signs of possible domestic...

Don’t be shocked by the new

Technological advances and role developments are transforming urgent care services. Jeff...

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