Care home workers in England, including volunteers, must be COVID vaccinated by November
Good nutrition and hydration are also important in supporting recovery from COVID-19
Concerns should be treated sensitively, but nurses have a duty to protect older people
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
A new skills framework to improve end of life care is welcome, but practitioners must be equipped to meet patients' needs.
In this issue of Nursing Older People we examine three important areas of practice: nutritional health, end of life care, and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections.
It’s good to see the college taking the lead on defining advanced practice, and it seems accreditation won’t be easy to achieve, writes Nursing Standard editor Graham Scott