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5 blog posts
  • Suzanne Monks Suzanne Monks 7 Jul 2020

    COVID 19 and nurse education - Our experience

    How COVID-19 has affected nurse education. With accounts from a level 6 nursing student, university lecturer and nurses on the front line, portraying their experience of nurse education in a student support and the mental health care setting.

  • Sandra Campbell Sandra Campbell 21 Jun 2020

    Reflections on grief during COVID-19 from a personal and professional perspective…

    As we go through this pandemic, I describe an anticipated “tsunami of grief” that will be different to anything we have seen before. I also think we will continue to see  an increase in  psychological stress for staff as they reflect on what they may have experienced during the last few months and also live with the uncertainty of the future in this new world in which we all now live…

  • GOV UK Parliamentary Process Carolyn Doyle Carolyn Doyle 26 Feb 2020

    Assisted Dying Bill-My reflections and thoughts

    Another attempt at getting a Bill that supports assisted dying, through the parliamentary process.  

  • Kate Lillie Kate Lillie 22 May 2019

    Be more Josh

    It all started two years ago when a play, Bounce Back Boy, written by Brian Daniels, was performed at RCN Congress

  • Anna Crossley Anna Crossley 25 Feb 2019

    Celebrating Nursing Practice

    Without nurses, midwives and health care assistants, would healthcare survive? Given the terrifying future projection of 410,000 nurse vacancies in the UK without urgent investment, we may be seen as simply ‘numbers’ like rows of identical paper chain doll workers.