Why your help is needed to extend the lifespan of people with learning disabilities

How much the Learning Disability Mortality review will be able to shape the future for a

Planet Rachael: the only way is up

Can 2017 really get any worse than 2016 for the NHS? Wendy Johnson explains why we should

Mate crime: how to spot it, stop it and prevent it

Putting a name to an increasingly common crime against young people with learning

Speaking up for assessment and treatment services

Taking on the recovery process following The Winterbourne View scandal and repairing

Planet Rachael: How far have we come?

Wendy Johnson assesses how much has changed when managing discrimination against people with

Talking about death and dying

We must ensure nurses are better prepared for difficult conversations with people who have...

‘We do not want your pity’

Is it helpful if workers supporting people with learning disabilities show pity, asks

Planet Rachael: Be grateful for what you’ve got

People with autism cannot always show subtle emotions, explains Wendy Johnson

Tackling obesity in people with learning disabilities

Rebecca Haythorne says carers need training to help solve this lifestyle problem

How literature has handled learning disabilities

Literature has always been a good source of monsters

Holly Phillips describes her experience as an RCNi awards finalist

RCNi Nurse Awards Student Nurse Award finalist Holly Phillips describes what the experience...

The votes are in

Wendy Johnson is hoping the EU referendum result is good for the NHS

How to overcome the ‘green-eyed monster’

Professionals can help clients to acknowledge and deal with feelings of envy about their...

Planet Rachael - Tippex time

You will all be familiar with the concept of time. It’s the thing there is never enough of (...

Learning disability nursing needs a new form of leadership

Why learning disability nursing needs a new form of leadership

Value of psychodynamic therapy

Georgina Parkes explains how professionals who form trusting relationships with clients can...

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,...