Why children’s continence services should be integrated and community-based
The RCN’s career guidance on neonatal nursing must address changes in the profession
Global Paediatric Stoma Nurses Advisory Board has issued guidelines for stoma care
The charity is asking patients and families about the NHS care its specialist nurses offer
With 200,000 cases in the UK every year, compulsory training in sepsis is vital
Healthcare professionals should not be dictatorial in the choice between breast or bottle
Nurses in independent schools have huge medicines management responsibilities, but this can be a highly rewarding role, says Matt Griffiths.
Children's nurse Gillian Priday urged RCN congress to lobby for mandatory training to combat sepsis amid calls for a paediatric early warning system to be adopted in England
It is vital that consensus between providers and higher education institutions is achieved
This month marks 30 years since the launch of the first children’s nursing journal in the UK
A new report on neonatal critical care proposes far-reaching changes to services
Involving fathers more in the care of their sick children is one issue that seems to be gaining momentum
This week is Children’s Hospice Week. Noah's Ark Children's Hospice director of care Rachel Black explains how the Together for Short Lives charity, along with local services across the country, are aiming to raise awareness of the needs of seriously ill children and the services they and their families rely on.
The benefits of scribbling a short poem
NHS England has told three major hospitals – in London, Manchester and Leicester – to stop performing complex cardiac surgery on people born with congenital heart problems. The move is designed to improve standards and outcomes, but some parents of young patients have said they will be unable to cope with travelling long distances to another unit for treatment. Nursing Standard readers' panelists have their say on this controversial decision.
Senior lecturer Alyson Davies reviews an account of the social context of child development
A storybook about dealing with grief for children with special educational needs
Community nursing reference guide on nutrition and childhood obesity
Illustrative guide aimed at all healthcare professionals caring for children and young people
Senior lecturer Dean-David Holyoake reviews Mental Health in Children and Young People
Nurse adviser Doreen Crawford reviews Nursing Care of Children and Young People