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How experts by experience are shaping mental health services

Volunteers influencing change at a large mental health trust have been well received by staff

RCN chair: Adamant nurses must use their voice

RCN chair Maria Trewern is full of hope for the profession – and wants to give members more

Children’s visits bring happy days to care home

A nursing home finds that inviting children to join residents in activities such as cooking

Hand hygiene needn’t mean sore skin

A new guide from the RCN shows how to combine hand hygiene with skin care

How to create a ‘take a break’ culture

Skipping breaks can put nurses' health at risk

How to embrace technologies transforming care

New systems and apps are improving the way nurses interact with patients and colleagues

A nurse’s story: what it takes to do the hardest job of all

Author and RCN congress keynote speaker Christie Watson says nurses desperately need support

Pride in the rich past of nursing’s diversity

RCN exhibition reveals history of LGBT and BME nurses and those with disabilities

Brave nurses who helped win women the vote

Nurses who fought for women’s suffrage are largely unacknowledged, but their courage is an

Menopause: why nurses need help from their employers

Demand is growing to change workplace conditions to help staff cope with symptoms

Lighting up lives with pet therapy

Nurse Sarah Wale explains how her border collie Molly helps people with dementia

Clinical director: a suitable job for a nurse

Lisa Skinner is one of the first nurses to lead a diabetes department in an acute hospital

As a nurse peer I have access to ministers - and they do listen

Baroness Watkins is using her public profile and access to ministers to shape policy 

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