Second jobs: the nurses forced to take on extra work to make ends meet

Some are taking shifts just to cover living costs, but how does this affect staff well-being?

What does it cost to be a nurse where you live?

Childcare, housing and food costs are outpacing nursing salaries – and pricing-out some staff

Are managers a big part of the racism problem in the NHS?

A landmark discrimination case ruling has sent out a strong message for cultural change

Nursing associates: NHS success story or a staffing stop-gap?

The number in post is near 8,000, but despite this progress many still have concerns

Non-NHS nursing: how your pay compares and how to ask for a rise

Working outside of the NHS, pay and conditions are not ‘locked in’ and can vary widely

NHS pay deal: what does the new offer mean for you?

What you need to know before voting yes or no, and what happens next

Delirium: when to be worried about confusion, and what to do next

Updated guidance to help you assess patients and prevent or reduce distress

Thinking of moving to the UK to practise? Here’s what you need to know

Practical advice on job offers, spotting scams, language tests and money issues

Are night shifts playing havoc with your gut health? Tips to help improve it

Stomach and bowel complaints aren’t inevitable just because on you’re on nights

Moving and handling patients safely: how to avoid pain and injury

Helping patients move is part of nursing, but injury rates are high. Tips for reducing risk

Sharps injuries: if they’re preventable, why do they keep happening?

Tips on what to do to reduce risk, and steps to take if an accident happens

Pain management: where to start and when to use assessment tools

How to improve your skills and confidence in managing patients’ pain

Bias in NMC referrals: which nurses are most at risk of baseless claims?

Steps to end the clear bias in complaints against black and Asian nurses

Deterioration: spotting the signs and escalating care on a pressured shift

Tools and advice to help teams ensure patients are monitored effectively

RESTORE2: how to spot the ‘soft signs’ of deterioration

Tools to help in recognising signs of deterioration and improve outcomes for older people

Fobbed off and undermined: the racist attitudes obstructing careers

How to combat the recruitment bias that holds back many black and Asian nurses

Diogenes syndrome: how to recognise and act on signs of self-neglect in older people

Self-neglect can be associated with hoarding and other mental health problems

Calling in sick: do fear and guilt stop you from taking time off when you’re ill?

Advice if you are worried about sickness policies, or leaving colleagues in the lurch