GOSH chief nurse discusses why the NHS is something to safeguard and cherish
A chance encounter led Neil Evans to become a nurse at a hospice charity providing children and young people with end-of-life care. Here, he reflects on his experiences
Palliative care clinical nurse specialist for children and young people Vera Clement describes why she is dedicated to improving choice for end of life care
Emma Masters’ patients are young people undergoing cancer treatment
Senior lecturer in education at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast Doris Corkin discusses her career
Kath Evans, director of nursing for babies, children and young people at Barts Health NHS Trust, discusses the importance of asking children how their care could be improved, and why nurses need good role models.
Alan Glasper, emeritus professor of children and young people's nursing at the University of Southampton, discusses how he became the first active children's nurse to achieve professorial status, and why a sense of humour is essential.
Chair of the Association of Chief Children's Nurses and Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital chief nursing officer Michelle McLoughlin explains what made her want to be a nurse.
Lead nurse Candice St John has a unique way to help bereaved families remember their children
Associate professor in children and young people's nursing, Linda Milnes on why obtaining funding to elevate research can be challenging, and how her three PhD students are continuing to inspire her.
Rachel Hollis is a stalwart RCN campaigner for children’s services. The former chair of the RCN’s children and young people’s specialist care forum has also received the honour of being made a fellow of the RCN.
Simon Hardcastle is about to take over as head of nursing children’s services hospital in Kettering, Northamptonshire.