COVID-19 is putting nurses under extreme pressure, so here’s how to help colleagues cope
After witnessing their son’s care, a couple have decided to become learning disability nurses
The RCN wants all acute hospitals to have 24-hour access to a learning disabilities liaison nurse, who can help develop policies and procedures for patients with learning disabilities and are experts at dispelling the anxiety felt by such patients when they enter hospital
Being a nurse doesn’t give immunity from long-term illness: points to consider after being diagnosed
Work dissatisfaction can affect health, recruitment and retention
Work motivation can be kick-started by redefining your ambitions
How an Admiral nurse aims to empower individuals and help nurses identify early age dementia
Lauren Johnston describes her work in a pioneering nursing role
Sabine Schwaebisch on her role as as a band 6 care team nurse in palliative care at Helen House Children’s Hospice, Oxford, where 95% of children have a learning disability
Helen Laverty is the leading light behind the Positive Choices conference
Ulster University's emeritus professor Roy McConkey thinks you can learn a great deal more from examining success than investigating failure, in this profession.
As one of two learning disability consultant nurses in England, Joann Kiernan is keen to share resources to promote the provision of effective care.