Updated perinatal palliative standards emphasise choice, needs assessment and...

A call for greater support in palliative care and bereavement is highlighted in the case of...

'We need to combat negativity'

Professor Dame Jessica Corner talks to Nursing Standard

Report claims the time is right to develop new treatments for severe asthma

To answer fears from people who live with severe cases of asthma, charity group Asthma UK

Advanced practice courses in children's nursing are booming but budget cuts could...

London South Bank University's RCN-accredited advanced nurse practitioner course has seen...

Exclusive: Nursing Standard-Sunday Mirror survey reveals realities of front-line nursing

Almost 60% of nurses feel stressed all or most of the time, according to an exclusive...

Health and well-being of UK children in ‘jeopardy’

A new report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) warns that the...

Revamp of neonatal services in Scotland on the way

The Scottish Government is considering recommendations for a major revamp of neonatal...

Strategic thinking: improving care for children with life-limiting illnesses

There is a unique opportunity to improve the care provided to children with life-limiting

Childhood obesity: what can nurses do to balance the scales?

With one in three 10 to 11 year-olds either obese or overweight and England’s recent

Helping children with serious conditions return to their families

Eleven years ago, Linda Partridge joined the WellChild charity, with a mission to alter the...

Child abuse inquiry urges nurses to help survivors tell their stories

An independent inquiry into child sexual abuse is looking to nurses for support in bringing...

Too little progress found in neonatal units

More needs to be done to drive up basic standards in neonatal units, according to the latest

RCN warns 'pay restraint must end'

College makes case to review body

Regional variations in palliative end-of-life care

A new guideline on end of life care for children and young people is due out later this year

FGM remains a hidden crime, say MPs

Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a hidden crime and a ‘national scandal’, MPs warned

Efforts intensify to improve monitoring of sick children

Role of nurses highlighted in bid for better recognition and response to patient...

Generic and specialist training: is the balance right?

Changes to the make-up of nursing education warrant more debate

Understaffed transfer services may put infants’ lives at risk

Specialist neonatal transport services are essential parts of care provision for sick and...