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Creating lasting memories in end of life care

Lead nurse Candice St John has a unique way to help bereaved families remember their children

'Children have different health needs - invest in research now and save money...

Associate professor in children and young people's nursing, Linda Milnes on why obtaining...

My job: lead nurse for children's cancer and campaigner...

Rachel Hollis is a stalwart RCN campaigner for children’s services. The former chair of the...

‘Children just want to know people are listening to them’

Simon Hardcastle is about to take over as head of nursing children’s services hospital in...

60 seconds with RCNi child health award winner Drew McDonald

Never settle for second best and always keep an open mind, says Drew McDonald, winner of the...

60 seconds with foundation professor of nursing Dave Clarke

Persevere, innovate and work as a team – you achieve so much more by working together, says...

60 seconds with research associate and Queen's Nurse Ruth Butler ...

If you have an idea that could promote health and well-being, pursue it, even if it means...

'Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity'...

New head of children, young people and transition at NHS Improvement Angela Horsley so...

'Work hard, study hard and push boundaries'...

Nurse consultant Jason Gray O’Connor set up and leads the children’s emergency department at...

60 seconds with NHS England nursing programme lead Dawn Jarvis

‘I want to raise the profile of nursing as a top career choice for ​black and minority...

60 seconds with professor of children’s nursing Alison Twycross

Don’t be afraid to push at doors to help you find the career pathway that’s right for you,...

Finding my vocation

Second-year children’s nursing student Jane Green is mum to Connor, age 13. Her other son...

Fighting a family’s corner

Terry O’Toole, a children’s nurse at the Rennie Grove’s Children’s Hospice in...

‘In children’s palliative care we help make memories’

With a shortage of qualified nurses providing children’s palliative care in the voluntary...

‘Nursing is where I belong, it’s integral to being me’

School nurse Clare Squires explains why juggling lots of demands in a short amount of time...

Trusted family help

As a health visitor for 42 years, Carolyn Taylor is well qualified to say that the job...

My NHS trust's development programme gave me the leg-up I needed...

Just as Lola Kehinde was getting frustrated at a lack of opportunities, her employer started...

Sun, fun and nursing

Your nursing qualification is a passport to working anywhere, so why not consider a move...

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