Nursing Children and Young People
New national guidance aims to tackle wide variation in practice, safety concerns and costs
Rainbow Trust report finds parents experience ‘shock, fear, anxiety and helplessness’
Two awards on offer for a children's nurse and nursing student to present their research
University says headsets allow students to gain experience in potential patient scenarios
Last chance to take our quick survey on the factors that are part of nurses’ working lives
Latest figures show 8,570 more nurses, though number of health visitors has fallen
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This group often experiences positive and negative interactions with healthcare professionals
Report on a quality improvement project aimed at improving the process of supporting nurses
Study found that safeguarding children work can have significant emotional effects on nurses
Families can provide skilled, competent care at home to their children with support
2019's Child health category winner wants to inspire others to be innovative
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
Children’s nurses are an eclectic group, but by speaking as one they can influence policy
With hospital admissions for anaphylaxis on the rise, nurses need to offer the right support
Should we take inspiration from the great nurses of the past?
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
Nurse Sharon Mott took on a challenge in agreeing to create a role where she is responsible for the health and well-being of young would-be jockeys and grooms at a horse racing school
Study examined the efficacy of Euglyca app aimed at children and young people
And what about the parents?