How should children’s nurses manage mental health issues?

If the number of young people with mental health problems continues to rise, nurses will...

Keep the pressure on commissioners to fund children’s care

As demand for children’s care services rises, funding is being cut.

Nurses will benefit from NMC’s new approach to hearings

Overhauling procedure for fitness to practise cases will save money, says Graham Scott.

Neonatal services under strain

Consultant editor of Nursing Children and Young People Doreen Crawford looks at the future...

Let’s redress the balance with Nurse Awards

The annual RCNi Nurse Awards exist so that healthcare staff receive the recognition they...

Editorial: Unions' exasperation over pay is justified

Money released by chancellor must go to those keeping teh NHS running, says Graham Scott

We need to attract more students to palliative care

Nursing Children and Young People editorial by Christine Walker

Too much talk and not enough action over obesity plan

Nursing Children and Young People editor Christine Walker discusses whether targets set in...

Butterfly logo could become a potent national neonatal symbol

Simple idea from one bereaved mother to help families in similar circumstances

The postcode lottery in health care lives on

How local authorities in England are making budget cuts

Stretched to breaking point

A review of 17 regional neonatal transport services has shown that they are ‘understaffed,...

The CPD challenge

By the time this issue of Nursing Children and Young People is published, the first nurses...

We are keen to contribute

Consultation on the nursing associate (NA) role closes this month. We have been assured by...

Collaborating on asthma care

Too many children die from asthma attacks that could have been prevented if their condition...

An expensive occupation

Anything that puts people into debt and deters them from training cannot be good. So it was...

Progress takes a lot of pushing

Despite the pace of healthcare progress, it seems that some things never change.