15 blog posts
  • Jude Diggins Jude Diggins 18 Jan 2019

    Making inclusive workplaces for a diverse workforce

    Since the NHS was born 70 years ago, it’s become increasingly easy to think about power as something that belongs in the hands of other people with leadership an activity done and controlled by those at the top of the organisational ladder.

  • Gender identity Lucy Evans Lucy Evans 30 Aug 2018

    Nursing in Gender Identity - one member's mission to change practice

    Although the profile of non-binary and trans people has risen in recent years, there is still a lack of awareness and understanding of the spectrum of gender identity. Lucy Evans is using her position to educate within healthcare and advocate for patients who up until now have not had a voice.

  • Jude Diggins Jude Diggins 13 Aug 2018

    #NursingLondon - we have a duty to change the narrative

    Why, despite all the incredible work, the everyday kindness, the skill and the knowledge, are we too often silent about just how amazing and how utterly remarkable a career in nursing is? It’s a question that has been bouncing around my head for a while.

  • Jude Diggins Jude Diggins 3 May 2018

    Accepting the NHS Pay Deal doesn't mean we stop fighting

    It’s now over a month since the NHS Pay deal was announced. In chatting with members both on and offline over the course of that time, it’s fair to say that there are strong opinions on both sides of the debate; those that want to accept because the deal is a historic, fully funded package in a time of sustained austerity, and those who believe very strongly that we can do better.

  • Bernell Bussue Bernell Bussue 15 Sep 2017

    Concerns over STPs in London

    A report into London's STPs by the King's Fund and the Nuffield Trust adds weight to growing concerns that the plans could damage, rather than transform, patient care.