My job

60 seconds with quality improvement lead Katie De Freitas

Improvement requires diversity of thought, so get involved and don’t be afraid to ask...

60 seconds with Macmillan nurse consultant Claire Taylor

Be courageous and put yourself forward for as many opportunities as you can, says Macmillan...

60 seconds with trust chief executive Jacqueline Docherty

Take opportunities as they come and be kind to people along the way, says Jacqueline...

60 seconds with professor of children’s nursing Alison Twycross

Don’t be afraid to push at doors to help you find the career pathway that’s right for you,...

60 seconds with RCN regional director Estephanie Dunn

Never miss an opportunity to learn and do something new, says RCN North West regional...

60 seconds with neonatal modern matron Tracey Budding

Always go with your instincts and never have any regrets, says Tracey Budding.

60 Seconds with asthma nurse specialist Barbara Stephenson

People with asthma need consistent, personalised advice to help manage their condition, says...

60 seconds with RCN Nurse of the Year Venetia Wynter-Blyth

Step outside your comfort zone and don’t be afraid to fail, says Venetia Wynter-Blyth.

‘In children’s palliative care we help make memories’

With a shortage of qualified nurses providing children’s palliative care in the voluntary...

60 seconds with learning disability nursing lecturer Stacey Atkinson

Nurses need to be more vocal and shout from the rooftops about the good work they are doing...

60 seconds with Macmillan nurse consultant Diana Greenfield

Have the confidence to be ambitious and get experience in a variety of fields before

60 seconds with RCN professional lead Amanda Cheesley

Always fight for what you know is right, and grasp every opportunity that comes your way,

60 seconds with dementia expert June Andrews

The only thing in life that is rationed is time – so don’t waste a minute, says professor

60 Seconds with public health leader Joanne Bosanquet

Nurses and midwives need to be more digitally savvy to increase their impact, says Public

Raising the profile of mental health nursing

In 2015, Julia Terry became the first mental health nurse in the UK to be awarded a

My Job: nurse consultant Geraldine Rodgers

Geraldine Rodgers, nurse consultant for frailty and long-term conditions and winner of the

60 seconds with nursing professor Julia Terry

The flexibility and freedom to come up with innovative teaching ideas is something associate

60 seconds with leading children’s nurse Joan Myers

Nurse consultant and BME advisory group chair Joan Myers supports, empowers and motivates...