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Surviving a COVID coma

Yaw shares his experience of ICU psychosis and gradual recovery

RCN reps during COVID-19

Going the extra mile to support members during the pandemic

Finding the black nurses of the Royal Navy

Historian Dr Erin Spinney uncovers the lives and work of enslaved black nurses

'Being assaulted isn’t part of your job'

RCN steward Phil has created guidance for staff involved in violent incidents

‘The pandemic exposed and amplified health inequalities’

Pandemic worsened health inequity, says public health expert Michael Marmot, but nurses have power

From shop floor to ward

Working as a bra fitter prepared Grace for a career in health care

Empowering refugee nurses

A pioneering scheme is supporting refugees into NHS employment

Meet your new RCN President

New RCN President Dr Denise Chaffer explains what she hopes to achieve in the role

Celebrating BAME nursing history

Online exhibition recognises the incredible diversity of our nursing workforce

Prisoner of war to psychiatric nurse

Professor Peter Nolan, nursing history expert, recalls the story of mental health nurse Jack

In good hands

Antonia explains what drove her to create a cream for hard-working hands

Community nursing perspectives

District nurses share how COVID-19 has impacted community care

From 15-hour shifts to £41k

How one student’s viral video helped fund her nursing degree

Not chips again!

Lynsey campaigned to get nursing students space to prepare meals at her university

'The pandemic has united us'

Bev and Olga are making sure conversations about racism lead to positive change

Talking about trauma

Fraser’s helping members manage experiences of trauma during the pandemic

On the road in Orkney

Calum reflects on the benefits his role brings to the community team in a rural area

‘Be unignorable’

Alison, Sunday and Maive share how they’re supporting members and challenging perceptions

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