Nursing Children and Young People
Sepsis survivor Tom Ray will use keynote speech to campaign for better support for nurses
Staff in controversial care cases face abuse online – with even nurses joining in
Current system ‘not fit for purpose’, says Care Quality Commission
Children's commissioner says recruiting high-quality nurses is vital to improve care
False claims on social media mean nurses need to reassure parents about vaccinations
NICE has issued new guidance on respiratory care for premature babies
Research and advances in technology have enabled children and young people with life-...
Background The mobile phone is significant in the lives of UK middle-school children aged 7-...
Internationalisation of the curriculum (IoC) is a focus for higher education institutions....
This article discusses problems such as learning difficulties and behavioural problems that...
Asthma is a common condition, but there is evidence that it is not always managed well in...
This article explores communication and decision-making with children and young people in...
A charity is using social prescribing to support vulnerable young people in the community
Researchers, including nurses, will monitor the effects of low emission initiatives
Since Nursing Children and Young People's launch there have been enormous advances...
New devices could help prevent children from becoming lonely when isolated from other people
Young people with kidney problems learn useful skills by taking up the scheme
We hope our roll-call of amazing nurses will inspire you to enter the RCNi awards
It is vital that consensus between providers and higher education institutions is achieved
Healthcare professionals should not be dictatorial in the choice between breast or bottle
Nursing is an incredible career, and we must do all we can to promote that
Good communication is vital in assessing paediatric early warning systems
Chris Steele on how his personal experiences are used to enhance his caregiving
Selling yourself in job applications is not as daunting as you may think
By sharing their views patients, families and researchers can ensure research is relevant
Healthcare professionals’ and parents’ experiences of the confirmatory testing period
A literature review examines potential benefits of using high-flow nasal cannula therapy