Life and death decisions and COVID-19: how an ethical code supports your practice

An internationally recognised code helps nurses advocate for fairer treatment for all

Racism denied: don’t brush aside our everyday experiences

Report is an insult to nurses, and ignores the reality of systemic racism in the NHS

Why is a fair pay rise for nurses not seen as a critical expense?

A 1% pay offer shows how little the government values NHS staff

COVID-19 vaccine: steps we’re taking to encourage uptake among staff in minority groups

Sensitivity to healthcare staff’s concerns about the jab is essential to boost uptake

Men in nursing: recruitment campaigns pander to bogus concerns about inequality

We need to stop bending over backwards to make nursing ‘attractive to men’

One year into the pandemic, why are nurses still not getting effective PPE?

Ignoring WHO recommendations leaves staff feeling undervalued – and that takes its toll

Misogyny thrives when women are silenced online – and in the workplace

Sarah Everard’s murder has exposed misogyny in UK culture, and nursing is not immune

Paltry pay award will put lives at risk as it drives nurses out of the NHS

Until we are paid what we deserve, staff retention issues will continue

COVID-19 vaccines: why the richest nations shouldn’t be jumping the queue

Who gets priority worldwide should be based on risk, not nations’ (in)ability to pay

Ageing workforce, or skills and experience the NHS can’t afford to lose?

Retention is a sustainable staff shortage fix – but older nurses need support to stay

Dying from inequality as much as from COVID-19: the reality for deprived communities

Nurses see the impact of poverty in the pandemic, and we must advocate for the disadvantaged

Tax avoidance schemes: how to know if you’ve been targeted

HMRC warns of the hidden costs and penalties for agency nurses and other healthcare workers

Face masks: how nurses can overcome the communication barrier and reassure patients

Compulsory face coverings pose particular challenges when patients are deaf or have dementia

Priority COVID-19 vaccination means all nurses, not just those in the NHS

Front-line staff at care homes, agencies and other private workplaces mustn’t be left behind

‘I know some of you want to run away and not come back – you didn’t sign up for this’

A former AIDS nurse’s message to colleagues on today’s coronavirus front line

Mass traumatisation of nurses makes need to invest in profession more pressing than ever

Pandemic’s pressures likely to force many exhausted nurses to quit

Why hamper retired nurses keen to help the coronavirus vaccine roll-out?

If ever there was a time to cut NHS red tape, it’s now

Nurse shortage: the NHS will be relying on overseas staff for years to come

Burnout nurses can’t wait for students to graduate before they see the benefits