How to offset the harmful consequences of international nurse recruitment

A long-term plan to end richer nations’ reliance on nurses from overseas

Will the last nurse left in the NHS please turn out the light?

When nurses lose their annual leave due to others’ mismanagement, a line has been crossed

Secrets of effective nurse leadership: why enthusiasm and vision are so important

The qualities of a successful leader apply in nursing and the NHS as much as anywhere

What the Swiss know about supporting their nurses – and what we can learn from them

Using public favour reaps benefits abroad, while in England nurses are failed again

Why we must fight for long-COVID to be classed as an occupational disease

After front-line service, nurses with long-COVID have another battle on their hands

Everyone should have a voice – but how do we ensure we listen to each other?

Nurses may not always be the ones shouting loudest, so we need to be part of policymaking

Single-sex spaces: why we need a balanced discussion on women’s and trans rights

Call for the NMC to exit Stonewall’s diversity programme shows how polarised the debate is

Ideas welcome: how to innovate to improve patient care

All nurses can be leaders in innovation, whatever their job title, pay scale or experience

Asking the public about pay: how nurses forced the hand of politicians

A Swiss referendum backing improved pay and nurse staffing shows the power of a joint effort

Periods at work: why old-fashioned attitudes need to catch up with modern nursing

Lack of concessions for staff dealing with menstrual leaks and cramps must change

Workforce wake-up call: can the NHS survive the Big Quit?

After a gruelling two years amid staff shortages, UK nurses are following a global trend

Our part in a greener NHS: we’re making progress, now let’s accelerate it

Nurses see the impact of climate change on health – and we have the power to take action

Bereavement support crisis: how should we shape future services?

Even before the pandemic, provision was inadequate. Share your views on joined-up support

Red flag job ads: nursing qualifications should not be optional for nursing roles

Recruitment trend devalues our profession and underlines need to protect the title ‘nurse’

Gloves, water bottles and waste reduction: how you can be greener at work

Simple changes every staff member can make, from virtual meetings to rethinking single-use

Should wards have dedicated phone areas, so patients craving sleep get peace and quiet?

Ward design, alarms, and mobile phone use all make sound sleep seem an impossible dream

Overseas recruitment: far from ‘stupid’, but far from enough to cover staff shortfall

Health minister’s sound bite exposes inadequate planning of government recruitment promise

Being kind and compassionate does not mean you have to accept being undervalued

Nurses are under-paid and patronised by gender stereotypes. It must change