Career advice

It could be lonely this Christmas

What can you do to help patients and colleagues who might feel isolated?

Why data and informatics are words to get excited about

Helping set standards for how information is used gives nurses a say in improving practice

Research offers a change of direction, rather than a change of profession

A new campaign aims to persuade nurses planning to leave the profession to consider research

What to do if a grateful patient wants to give you a present

For nurses, accepting gifts – even if offered with the best of motives – is fraught with risk

Habits, and why breaking them can be good for you and your nursing practice

New perspectives can be just the prompt you need to question engrained behaviour

Faith, spirituality and offence: why it’s important to avoid making assumptions

Exercise caution and show respect if you are going to express your personal beliefs

The BAME leadership scheme that confounded sceptics and is boosting careers

Mental health trust took action to address the lack of diversity in senior nurse roles

Don’t let upsetting remarks affect your focus

How to stay focused and avoid becoming upset by chance remarks or disagreements at work

9 tips for returning to work

How to build your confidence and competence in your role after an absence

Your dream job could be waiting for you at RCNi Nursing and Careers Jobs Fair

Visit London’s largest CPD-accredited nursing recruitment event

It’s a privilege to work with veterans’ families, says award-winning Admiral nurse

Supporting families who care for a loved one with dementia is the best part of the job

Wales will welcome you with open arms

The country’s chief nursing officer explains the perks of working for the NHS in Wales

A hands-on role where you’re trusted to use your own judgment

Advanced nurse practitioner Christy Samuel says challenges are what makes her job satisfying

How to write a statement of events

If your employer asks you to write a formal statement stay calm and follow these tips

What to do if you make a medication error

Nurses have a duty of candour when mistakes occur. Here’s how to handle the situation

Feeling overwhelmed by the digital workplace?

Rapid advances can be daunting. Follow these tips to improve your skills and confidence

Crossing continents as a nurse academic

Jacqueline Bloomfield says moving between the UK and Australia has helped her career progress

From beach days to bureaucracy: academic nursing in Australia

David Thompson found many similarities with working in the UK – but differences too

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