Children’s nurses are an eclectic group, but by speaking as one they can influence policy
Should we take inspiration from the great nurses of the past?
Parents need more support when infants go into neonatal care, but new proposals fall short
More must be done to improve recruitment and retention from neonatal care to school nursing
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
Work of team who showed value of nursing in special schools holds lessons for others
What can we learn from the Alfie Evans case at Alder Hey Children's Hospital?
While some people might not accept the NHS is in a crisis, it is hard to deny the increasing numbers of staff shortages, now more common than ever before.