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Career advice

Macmillan nurses: find out about the wide range of NHS roles supported by the charity

It’s a huge force in UK cancer nursing, so could Macmillan have the right job for you?

Band 7 here I come: how to prepare yourself to achieve promotion

Advice on making the jump from band 6, and questions you’re likely to face at interview

Do you have a fantasy about handing in your notice or even leaving nursing for good?

Find out about the issues it would help you to consider before you take the plunge

Professional nurse advocates are popping up across the NHS – so how do you become one?

Nurses need clinical and well-being support like never before, which is where PNAs come in

What is coaching and how can it help me take my career to the next level?

Find out what to expect from career coaching and how it can offer you fresh perspective

How enhancing your clinical leadership skills will help your career

A good nurse is a good leader, and there’s training available to help achieve your potential

My job

What is a digital nurse specialist – and could it be your next role?

Implementing new technologies is about change management and prioritising patient safety

Pain management nursing: is it the career move you’ve been looking for?

Nurse specialist’s tips on what to do if you want to explore this fulfilling role

What is a senior addiction nurse – and could you be one?

The role provides treatment and care to those experiencing alcohol and drug misuse issues

Dementia awareness and diagnosis: looking beyond the learning disability

How an Admiral nurse aims to empower individuals and help nurses identify early age dementia

Lauren Johnston

How I make the emergency department less daunting for people with learning disabilities

Lauren Johnston describes her work in a pioneering nursing role

Sabine Schwaebisch

It’s a real privilege to support a family at the end of their child’s life

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

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