Advice from NICE on how to care for patients with ongoing symptoms of the virus
Nicki Credland calls for legal protection for nurses as staffing pressures continue
Soldiers help relieve twin pressures of COVID-related staff absence and soaring bed demand
RCN welcomes ‘compelling argument’ in consultancy report supporting nurses’ pay rise
Unions urge higher take-up of NHS and social care coronavirus life assurance scheme
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The virus has been linked to heart damage, but has also disrupted care across the specialty
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A scoping review exploring issues affecting directors’ ability to deliver the nursing agenda
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There are so many reasons to feel anxious about coronavirus, but help is out there
Colleagues and families pay tribute to nursing professionals who have died across the UK
Nurses in all sectors will have contact with victims, but can also be at risk themselves
The NHS has made rapid progress in recent years – and we all have a part to play
The RCN general secretary on being an advocate for nursing in its most difficult year to date
The smartphone apps that support your practice and can make your home life easier too
COVID-19 has laid bare the depth of the nurse workforce crisis, with staff at tipping point
Leaders willing to learn from experience can create a more productive environment
Visiting restrictions have provoked aggressive behaviour from some members of the public
Taking on ward manger duties is challenging. Here’s how to help junior team members succeed
Children’s cancer nurse Helen Pearson explains what motivates her academic work
An approach borrowed from midwifery can improve care quality and nurses’ working lives