Study finds service users need key relationships to help navigate next steps
How can you reduce the risk of sudden unexpected death in epileptic people?
The role could provide a vital link between hospital and community, and free up nursing time
We see the impact a lack of food has on the poorest families
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted that safe staffing and proper PPE mean better care
The pandemic has highlighted how a quality assurance process and workforce plan is vital
Nurses in independent schools have huge medicines management responsibilities, but this can be a highly rewarding role, says Matt Griffiths.
More nurses and more support are needed to cope with a growing mental health crisis
A potential end to the pandemic is in sight, but tired nurses still face daily uncertainties
Children have not felt the impact of the pandemic as older people have, but are still affected by food poverty, safeguarding and the struggle to provide schooling
As young people return to education, we must be ready for a resurgence in the COVID-19 pandemic
The focus on the pandemic means safeguarding tragedies do not get the attention they deserve
Social isolation and anxiety about contagion may have psychological effects on children and nurses
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