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Nurse leadership is central to success of the new integrated care systems

Nurses need a seat at the table if they're to improve integration and outcomes

Grief has another dimension when your loved one donates their body to science

Calum Edge’s mother donated her body, inadvertently adding to his grief when she died

New to nursing – but determined to tackle gaps in care

The finalists in the student category of the RCNi Nurse Awards describe their impressive

Using neighbourhood networks to enable people to die at home

In a pioneering initiative, family and friends share end of life care with community nurses

The human impact of a flu pandemic: what history can teach us

An exhibition on the devastating Spanish flu of 1918 underlines the value of vaccines

Banishing risk and shame: teaching patients to self-manage catheters

A project led by adult continence nurses is helping patients to manage their catheters

‘How I turned a demoralised group into a strong, diverse team’

Sandra Bennett’s leadership unlocked the potential of a struggling multicultural team

The specialist care home making placements a priority

Opening its doors to more students has helped Hilltop House enhance learning and recruitment

Let’s show the whole world what nurses can do

Nursing Now leader Barbara Stilwell wants nurses to look beyond the demands of the job

‘As a BME nurse you’ll face challenges, but don’t let them hold you back’

Angela Stewart defied the boardroom stereotypes by establishing her own thriving business

When someone with dementia has delirium, they may well be in pain too

Assessing for delirium helps nurses spot and control patients’ unspoken pain

Using a grassroots approach to improve health in the Sikh population

A nursing lecturer is taking public health messages to the heart of the community
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Sepsis resource collection

Sepsis remains a significant cause of death – it is estimated that 44,000 people die from ‘...

How to inspire and innovate at work

With persistence and the right support, every nurse can turn a good idea into better care

‘Employers can’t assume that being culturally inclusive means they’re doing okay’

It takes more than embracing diversity to improve career opportunities for BME staff

New technology needs to work for nurses

Helen Goodman explains her role as a chief nursing information officer

The life-enhancing possibilities of technology are endless for people living with MS

From managing drugs to locking doors, digital tools support independence of people with MS

As a nurse leader, you don’t have to be a hero

Dame Eileen Sills is focusing on staff well-being – including her own

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