Clinical systems must reflect the diverse range of beliefs that people hold
The Royal Osteoporosis Society has issued guidance on the advice nurses should give
Introduction of an enhanced nursing care team has reduced use of costly support staff
People with dementia are using simple music players to access audiobooks and radio/TV
Collaborative working has enhanced the learning experience
TV series with Line of Duty star helps to address the challenges of living with the condition
Extending consultation times could enable practitioners to explore medication usage in more depth, says Matt Griffiths.
Lisa Berry looks back at three decades of change in Nursing Older People's lifetime
Nominate yourself or a colleague for this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards and help celebrate exceptional nursing care, writes editor Graham Scott
The RCNi Nurse Awards ceremony is a showcase of talent and achievement that live on beyond the event.
What the newly-launched RCNi frailty resource (in conjunction with RCN Older people's forum) can offer you, as nurses, and in meeting the healthcare needs of older people.
As the population ages, we need to end the tug of war between funding and innovation.
A new survey by Nursing Standard and the Sunday Mirror newspaper reinforces the obvious reason why morale is poor: nurses simply do not feel valued, writes Graham Scott
Nursing student is a role model of inclusive attitudes and behaviours
A 24-hour service offering GP consultations via video link or smartphones has been launched for NHS patients in greater London. Nursing Standard readers have their say
Alternative therapies, such as music therapy, could reduce the need for psychotropic drug use in dementia.
Professor Viroj Wiwanitkit writes to Nursing Older People
Consultant nurse for older people Nicky Hayes reviews this publication on end of life care
Admiral Nurse Wendy Mountford reviews Wendy Mitchell’s dementia memoir
Director of quality, nursing and patient safety, Jonathan Webster reviews The Handbook of Person-Centred Therapy and Mental Health
PhD candidate Karen Rennie reviews Dementia, Sex and Wellbeing: A Person-Centred Guide for People with Dementia, Their Partners, Caregivers and Professionals
Drawing on research and philosophical literature, this book explores spirituality in hospices and end of life care
A timely book on social research methods for people with dementia