Nursing Children and Young People
Failure to expand fields’ student cohorts at odds with government’s NHS vision, says RCN
A team of school nurses have made a video to help children understand changes they go through
Entries open for the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020, your chance to promote your work and specialty
How will the new safeguarding partners differ from local safeguarding children’s boards?
Public health warning as chief medical officer calls for snacking ban on public transport
Two awards on offer for a children's nurse and nursing student to present their research
Children spending prolonged periods in hospital need to play and express themselves
Children’s nurses require education and training in mental health to provide optimal care
It is vital that nurses understand the importance of injection site assessment
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Exploring the evidence for and against the practice of family-witnessed resuscitation
Award-winner Lisa Morgan's innovations help to ease the anxieties of children
Specialist nurses funded by the Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity are helping to care for children with long-term conditions and smooth their transition to adult services
Joanna Broderick’s award-winning work has improved safety and enhanced patient autonomy
Nurses in North London have cut the number of children re-admitted with breathing problems
A charity is using social prescribing to support vulnerable young people in the community
Since Nursing Children and Young People's launch there have been enormous advances
Specialist children's nurse says ending funding is wrong without further research
Why children’s continence services should be integrated and community-based
Parents need more support when infants go into neonatal care, but new proposals fall short
Nurses need to counteract the anti-vaccination movement’s propaganda
Good communication is vital in assessing paediatric early warning systems
How presenting can help you develop critical thinking skills, plus tips for preparing
Years ago Cath Renwick doubted her academic ability but now she leads on research and has a pioneering role
How parents are told their child may have cystic fibrosis can affect their distress
Does ‘hope’ help as a coping mechanism in clinical trials or give rise to misconceptions and possibly false hope?