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.
Clinical nurse specialist for learning disabilities Brian Evans is a strong advocate for people and is driven to ensure they have the best quality of life.
David Harling was inspired by The Smiths to make something of his life. He chose a career in social care and nursing and he now shapes and leads national policy on learning disabilities.
Recognise the importance of putting the person and their family at the heart of everything you do, says independent nurse consultant Gwen Moulster.
Nurses need to be more vocal and shout from the rooftops about the good work they are doing, says Stacey Atkinson.
Jo Lay explains why a coffee with Alan Tyne, author of The principle of normalisation: a foundation for effective services, was a pivotal moment in her training.
Practice development nurse Daniel Marsden explains his the guiding principles and why his role in providing care is person centred
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board nurse director Hazel Powell answers questions about her job
Sally Shaw was a band 7 nurse seeking a new challenge, so she took the plunge and struck out on her own