The resilience of the nursing workforce has been sorely tested over the summer
Long-term health consequences of the pandemic for children are coming to the fore
Why we still need to be alert to COVID-19 in children
A rise in hepatitis cases is being investigated and there could be links to the pandemic
Why workforce shortages and working practices in the NHS need to be addressed
Children’s nurses are agile and adaptable, but they are under increasing pressure and tired
Overwhelmed: how children’s nurses are keeping going despite the constant pressure
A number of concerns are contributing to children’s nurses' anxiety
Will – and should – children receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
There’s no consensus on vaccinating children but school nurses will be key
Could it be you? Entries invited for the RCN Nursing Awards’ child health category
Entries for the 2021 RCN Nursing Awards are now open
COVID-19 and mental health: the fallout for children and young people
More nurses and more support are needed to cope with a growing mental health crisis
COVID-19: when will we return to some sort of normality?
A potential end to the pandemic is in sight, but tired nurses still face daily uncertainties
How school nurses rose to the challenge of the COVID-19 front line
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
COVID-19: are children’s nurses prepared for a second wave?
As young people return to education, we must be ready for a resurgence in the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 pushes children’s safeguarding issues under the radar
The focus on the pandemic means safeguarding tragedies do not get the attention they deserve
COVID-19: the challenges for children's nurses
Social isolation and anxiety about contagion may have psychological effects on children and nurses