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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...

Helen Laverty

‘Be brave, be fearless and always listen’

Helen Laverty is the leading light behind the Positive Choices conference

Examining successes over investigating failures is the way forward, says emeritus...

Ulster University's emeritus professor Roy McConkey thinks you can learn a great deal more...

'Remaining focused on working together will move our profession forward'

As one of two learning disability consultant nurses in England, Joann Kiernan is keen to...

Brian Evans

'I enjoy supporting people to develop and reach their full potential'...

Clinical nurse specialist for learning disabilities Brian Evans is a strong advocate for...

David Harling

Morrissey and why I became a learning disability nurse

David Harling was inspired by The Smiths to make something of his life. He chose a career in...

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60 seconds with learning disability consultant nurse Gwen Moulster

Recognise the importance of putting the person and their family at the heart of everything...

Stacey Atkinson

60 seconds with learning disability nursing lecturer Stacey Atkinson

Nurses need to be more vocal and shout from the rooftops about the good work they are doing...

Jo Lay

My job: nursing lecturer and disability contact, Jo Lay

Jo Lay explains why a coffee with Alan Tyne, author of The principle of normalisation: a...

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Daniel Marsden: treasuring extra curricular activities and staying patient

Practice development nurse Daniel Marsden explains his the guiding principles and why his...

Hazel Powell

Nurse director Hazel Powell explains what inspires her

Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board nurse director Hazel Powell answers questions...

Cannula training

‘I left the NHS to start a business’

Sally Shaw was a band 7 nurse seeking a new challenge, so she took the plunge and struck out...

My NHS trust's development programme gave me the leg-up I needed...

Just as Lola Kehinde was getting frustrated at a lack of opportunities, her employer started...

Sun, fun and nursing

Your nursing qualification is a passport to working anywhere, so why not consider a move...

I chaired a conference, lived to tell the tale, and learned some useful lessons

RCNi's Colin Parish reflects on chairing the inaugural Learning Disability Practice...

A voice for patients and staff

Staff governors can influence foundation trust policies, as community district nursing...

Working towards independence

Renal nursing is an ‘ever-expanding specialty’ that can provide nurses with a range of...

‘Funding my trips has not been difficult’

Meet one of the nurse volunteers who has travelled the world for up to a month at a time.

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