Learning disability nurses have disappeared from the register at an alarming rate
RCNi Nurse Awards show the great work done by LD nurses, but staff shortages are critical
A consultation offers a chance to affect the experience of people with learning disabilities
With 100 years of learning disability nursing behind us, what is next?
The notion that hospitals are unfavourable for service users was echoed by many nurses during the course of this year’s Learning Disability Practice conference
Lessons from the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review, recruitment and reasonable adjustments at this year’s event
New standards on how people with learning disabilities are cared for in hospitals in England have been launched, meanwhile two category winners in this year's RCNi Awards showcase just how innovative staff in the specialty can be
What can be done to ensure learning disability nursing retains high-quality staff?
Mencap’s Treat Me Well campaign aimed at healthcare professionals follows NHS failings more than a decade ago
Making a pitch for learning disability nursing
Nominate yourself or a colleague for this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards and help celebrate exceptional nursing care, writes editor Graham Scott
Supporting clients to live a life as full as it can possibly be, but also to have a good death when the time comes, is a challenge that Nicky Lyall and her team are tackling