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The right service changes at the right time: empowering nurses to lead amid COVID-19

The initiatives that show collective leadership is not about targets but working together

Papworth Hospital

COVID-19: how we transformed our recruitment process at the height of the pandemic

Recruiting nurses more quickly enabled us to cope with the surge in patient numbers

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Flo Panel-Coates, chief nurse, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

COVID-19: providing nursing leadership in a public health crisis

UCLH chief nurse explains how the trust’s culture helped it through the peak of the outbreak

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Diabetes consultation over video call

COVID-19: how we adapted our diabetes service to provide seven-day-a-week, remote care

The changes that will remain post-pandemic and tips for adapting other services

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Human factor skills: how harnessing them helps nurses improve patient outcomes

Take control of challenging situations by understanding human factors in your team

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Feeling guilty during the COVID-19 pandemic

How to escape the cycle of pandemic-induced guilt

Nurses who aren’t on the COVID-19 front line should not feel weighed down

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Fear and anxiety can infect teams, but you can harness this crisis to come out stronger

COVID-19 is putting nurses under extreme pressure, so here’s how to help colleagues cope

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Burnout

What we can all do to help identify and prevent burnout among nurses

As COVID-19 increases the pressures on nurses, we must look out for colleagues and ourselves

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Leadership training during COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19: the online programme for nurses facing new leadership challenges

Free leadership course gives nurses a chance to discuss difficult situations with peers

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We’re in a global public health crisis and it’s okay to say you’re not okay

Tips for coping with the emotional fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic

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COVID-19: what to expect if you are deployed to a critical care setting

As critical care patient numbers rise, nurses are joining teams in an often unfamiliar role

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COVID-19: working within the limits of your competence

How to ensure you work at your own skill level, even in exceptional circumstances

Trauma Risk Management – the peer-led programme that prioritises nurses’ well-being

TRiM is an early intervention programme that helps nurses cope after traumatic incidents

Upholding your profession’s reputation – even after your shift ends

Nurses are expected to maintain certain standards – so what does that mean in your down time?

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

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

Why forensic mental health nursing is such a rewarding career

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

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

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

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

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