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‘Parents, like us, of trans children are begging for support’

The mother of child who has transitioned socially from girl to boy says the fear that...

Digital literacy part 2: The perils and potential of social media

The second article in our six-part series on digital literacy explores online social...

Acupuncture initiative to treat nausea and vomiting transforms patients’ lives

Nurse specialist Ruth Roddison introduced acupuncture to reduce post-operative nausea and...

Digital literacy part 1: You can be an e-nurse

In the first of a series of six articles on digital literacy, Lynne Pearce offers a quick...

‘Projects require feedback to be effective – and the RCNi Nurse Awards are the ultimate...

Outpatient department staff nurse Anne Thomas, who won the community nursing category of the...

Buurtzorg in the UK: giving community nurses the time to care

A Dutch model of community nursing in which self-managed teams provide social and nursing...

Under pressure: what employers must do to reduce workplace stress

It is reckless of healthcare organisations to ignore signs of stress in their workforce or...

Resilience is not about trying harder

Resilience has become a buzzword that not everyone likes. Used superficially it can heap...

Digital health records: the challenges and rewards of going paper-free

A trust says it is delivering a faster, safer service after introducing digital health...

The nurse who uses storytelling to connect with patients

Clinical nurse specialist Jess Wilson says oral storytelling can help to develop a...

Volunteers come to the aid of patients and staff

The HelpForce initiative aims to double the number of volunteers supporting NHS patients, co...
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Cervical cancer resource collection

Keep your practice up to date in Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

Preceptorship: the London programme giving new nurses a flying start

Newly qualified nurses starting their career in London can look forward to good quality...

Jodie Deards: Carers award winner reflects on its impact

Jodie Deards, winner of the Commitment to Carers award at the RCNi Nurse Awards 2017, talks...

Why every nursing student should learn about homelessness

Homelessness and poor housing have a huge effect on health, yet many nursing students have...

Framework for change: supporting you to drive improvement

The Leading Change, Adding Value framework for nursing, midwifery and care staff is halfway...

‘We left the NHS to create a home for children with complex conditions’

Children’s nurses Lucy Andrews and Karen Higgins took a leap of faith to set up a small...

From under-performing to outstanding: how a well-led team can transform care-home life

Nurse manager Grace Sloan knew she could 'fix' an ailing home by empowering its staff

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