Careers

Career advice

University programmes can help to restore skills and confidence of qualified nurses who want to return to nursing

Is a return-to-practice course right for you?

How a 16-week programme tackles the challenges of returning after a career break

two men in face to face discussion

Why forensic mental health nursing is such a rewarding career

A challenging role where compassion and advocacy go hand in hand with public protection

RCNi jobs fairs

New decade, new job: RCNi hosts its first Nursing and Careers Jobs Fair of 2020

The event is perfect for nurses who want to develop their career

illustration shows a figure with a worried expression looking to their left through a telescope, with a much larger figure in shadow pointing in the opposite direction

Imposter syndrome: how nurses can learn to silence their inner critic

There are steps you can take to control the triggers of self-doubt

Values-based nurse recruitment: what you need to know to shine at your job interview

Tips for showing you’re the right fit for an organisation – and it’s the right place for you

Illustration of a woman shouldering the burden of falling dominoes and struggling to cope with the weight

Handling change at work and avoiding overload

How to maintain emotional balance in a new nursing role or challenging transition

My job

Lauren Johnston

How I make the emergency department less daunting for people with learning disabilities

Lauren Johnston describes her work in a pioneering nursing role

Picture shows theatre nurse Marie Taniacao with the da Vinci Xi robotic surgical system. Her course at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust will give her the skills to assist surgeons during robotic operations.

Harnessing the power of robotics allows me to retain the human touch

A theatre nurse reflects on how her high-tech role enhances patient contact

Nurses Emma Cuthbert and Chelsea Jackson from the oncology ward at Northampton General Hospital

What it’s like working as an oncology nurse

Joining a cancer ward can be daunting, but it allows you to work closely with patients

Nursing associates in training

I’m proud to be training as a nursing associate – and let me tell you why

Misunderstood role is no mere stepping stone – it has a distinctive place in the nursing team

NET Patient Foundation

NET nurses: supporting patients confused by their rare cancer diagnosis

‘Even healthcare professionals don’t know enough about neuroendocrine cancers’

Nadia Freri

I love how my job combines education and training with clinical practice

Clinical educator Nadia Freri wanted to go to the next level, but not as a nurse manager

Jobs