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Career advice

What does a chief nurse information officer do – and could you be one?

As digital tech becomes central to healthcare, CNIOs help ensure systems work for staff

Don’t let NMC’s blueprint for community care pass by without specialist nursing input

QNI sees flaws in regulator’s plan and urges nurses to respond to its consultation

Too valuable to lose: how to encourage older nurses to remain on the register

Employers can show they prize late-career nurses by offering them tailored support

Nurse burnout: the course helping staff to be advocates for self-care among colleagues

Course aims to meet nurses’ emotional needs using clinical supervision model

How never to let racism hold back your nursing career

As a migrant nurse, I knew I must create my own career opportunities – and here’s how

Why human factors is about more than communication and teamwork

How human factors can improve nurses’ workplaces and create safer, streamlined services

My job

Conflict at work: how professional advocates help staff cope with challenging situations

An approach borrowed from midwifery can improve care quality and nurses’ working lives

Liz Bishop

From nurse to trust chief: ‘my background informs my style of staff leadership’

Cancer centre chief executive’s own experience of being disciplined shaped her approach

By innovating service improvements you’re transforming your career and patient care

When nurses are a force for change, their own professional development benefits

head of mental health nursing for NHS England and NHS Improvement Emma Wadey

The nurse leader who is determined to keep one foot on the front line of care

Emma Wadey is a nurse at the top of the NHS, but don’t ask her to give up clinical practice

Sue Houston

Head of nursing at a neurological rehabilitation specialist service provider

Developing leadership skills has always been a priority for Sue Houston

Risq Animasaun

Senior staff nurse on a general psychiatric, female-only ward

I have an instinctive desire to provide care and support to people, says Risq Animasaun

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