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COVID-19: how we have prepared for the surge that’s yet to come

An emergency nurse in Belfast says vital work has seen staff pull together like never before

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COVID-19: illustration showing how the pandemic is reshaping social care nursing

COVID-19: how the pandemic is reshaping social care nursing

Blurring organisational boundaries and how we share information are among the changes

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COVID-19 emergency teams

COVID-19: amid fear and anxiety, we must look after each other

An emergency nurse’s experience of coping with the constantly evolving coronavirus crisis

Picture shows Cygnet Health Care nursing apprenticeship programme students at the University of Wolverhampton. More funding is needed to solve staffing shortages in mental health nursing, but it must be shared across a number of areas, says David Wilmott.

We need to change how we invest in mental health nursing or risk a continuing crisis

More funding is needed to solve staffing shortages in mental health nursing

‘Learn from the leadership qualities of your nursing role model’

A nurse leader must influence with authenticity and have a shared vision, says Matthew Hodson

‘Caring is the essence and reality of nursing’

Leadership means how we advocate for nursing, act and treat others, says Barry Quinn

Vector image of a female speaking at a podium in front of an audience. To mark the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, members of our editorial advisory team reflect on nursing and advice for aspiring leaders. This article is by Alison James.

‘I hope all students realise their potential for leading excellent nursing care’

Writing and developing research are powerful ways of sharing good practice, says Alison James

Vector image of a workspace. To mark the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, members of our editorial advisory team reflect on nursing and advice for aspiring leaders. This article is by Amanda Claeys.

Technology must be coupled with good leadership if nursing care is to improve

Put informatics at the heart of service development and delivery, says Amanda Claeys

Vector image of woman opening door shaped like arrow pointing up. To mark the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, members of our editorial advisory team reflect on nursing and advice for aspiring leaders. This article is by Nichole McIntosh.

‘Be open to opportunities even if they don't fit neatly into your plans’

If you want to be a leader stay open to opportunities, advises Nichole McIntosh

Vector image of silhouettes of heads with arrows exchanging thoughts. To mark the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, members of our editorial advisory team reflect on nursing and advice for aspiring leaders. This article is by Helen Reeves.

As a nurse leader, I can ensure excellent patient care

A mentor's guidance can be crucial when leadership gets tough, says Helen Reeves

Vector image showing paper aeroplanes.To mark the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, members of Nursing Management’s editorial advisory team reflect on nursing and advice for aspiring nurse leaders. This article is by  Alex McMahon.

My job is to keep giving nurses the conditions and support they need to flourish

Alex McMahon on his journey to becoming a director of nursing

Vector illustration depicting two brains. Using the right words to describe different kinds of deaths will help focus on treatable conditions and reduce preventable mortality, says associate director of public health for North Wales Rob Atenstaedt

Amenable, preventable, avoidable: untangling how senior nurses talk about mortality

Using the right terminology for different kinds of death will help improve healthcare

Let’s have an honest conversation about the way gender suppresses wages

Chronic workforce shortages should push wages up, so why has this not happened for nurses?

Values-based nursing leadership: a way to restore integrity

Leadership showing congruence between values, beliefs and actions can shape nursing’s future
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Improving the health and well-being of unpaid carers – initiatives with impact

How Commitment to Carers award nominees have shared their work and inspired others

How good nursing leadership can champion holistic healthcare

Investment in mental health nursing leadership is vital on acute wards

Sexual safety in all mental health settings is a fundamental right for service users

Sexual Safety Collaborative to have new standards to improve sexual safety on wards

Treatment pathways must take account of cultural beliefs

Clinical systems must reflect the diverse range of beliefs that people hold

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