Nursing across borders Nursing and midwifery is high on the World Health Organization's (WHO) agenda, writes Howard Catton Try to see my eating disorder from my point of view Blogger Adam Langley discusses his eating disorder, and argues that a united front could be the best way to support those with the condition What can we learn from Mary Seacole? Joan Myers OBE states why the unveiling of the pioneering black nurse's statue is now more important than ever 1 comment A plea for evidence based policy Many of the biggest changes to nursing recently have been implemented without proper consultations and evidence writes Crystal Oldman Mind the nursing workforce gap Research has revealed the scale of challenges facing the NHS nursing workforce, writes Rachel Marangozov The survivors: a tale of two Jeremys If you haven’t been following British politics for the last month, my advice would be not to start now, writes Mike Shallcross Instability in the wake of the EU referendum Madeleine Murphy questions what will happen to midwifery and maternity services in a post-Brexit NHS Exposing the Brexit campaign's NHS promises Elation or devastation—Friday 24 June was a day that British people are not likely to forget. I was broken-hearted. The male suicide scandal Twelve men will die every day by suicide unless someone starts the conversation writes Mike Shallcross Knell tolls for Hunt and homeopathy Replacing scientifically verified vaccinations and treatments for 'bonkers' homeopathic medicine is dangerous. But not as dangerous as the health secretary who champions such treatments, writes Abigail James Neither Brexit nor the EU can fix the NHS Regardless of the outcome of the EU referendum, the NHS will not survive without training more homegrown nurses, writes Mike Shallcross 3 comments Innovations in the community Crystal Oldman discusses using patient feedback and tackling loneliness Bringing palliative care back home The discussions around palliative care might be focusing on the wrong thing writes Mike Shallcross 1 comment Discharge planning is still a priority In 2014, the QNI published a survey of more than 1000 district nurses. Three major issues were identified from the data: workforce, mobile working and discharge planning. Nothing has changed as much as nursing Roy Lilley looks at how nursing has been integral to the changing face of the NHS What will nurse associates bring? QNI chief exectuive Crystal Oldman questions the need for another nursing role and the challenges that could come from introducing one 3 comments Revalidation is not a reason to retire A group of Unite’s professional officers for healthcare volunteered to make sure that revalidation would be suitable for community nurses Healthcare's male bias hurts women Healthcare trials are still guilty of exhibiting gender inequaility and need to adapt to address the anatomical and physiological differences between men and women writes Abigail James. 'We don’t know how lucky we are’ NHS England's director of nursing Hilary Garratt on leadership and optimising NHS resources. By Seeta Bhardwa Domestic abuse without the bruises Emotional abuse is a common, yet difficult to identify form of domestic abuse. Mike Shallcross explores how a popular radio show tackling this issue is encouraging the public to reexamine the typical image of an abuser and his weapons Missing the point of the maternity review Madeleine Murphy, acting editor of the British Journal of Midwifery, argues that criticising the National Midwifery Review overshadows the real message of the report Society's most at risk deserve more GPs are currently debating whether their responsibilities under the current GP contract should include home visits for patients who are living in care homes writes Crystal Oldman Diabetes prevention in practice nursing There is a growing epidemic of type 2 diabetes in the UK, writes Beverley Bostock-Cox Short term gain can be a long term drain When will politicians and leaders of CCGs and health Trusts realise that we need to start having more 'joined up' thinking, asks Margaret Stubbs. 1 comment Primary care needs safer staffing too There has been a huge amount of coverage in the media regarding safe staffing, writes Crystal Oldman.