Jamie Smith, a practicing nurse, brings a critical posthuman approach to ‘person-centre care’- urging us to question the assumptions that underly the widely employed framework. As a nurse, privilege is made perceptible to me
Reflecting on her four-decade nursing career, Sue Spencer uses poetry to explore justice, values and change. I read an earlier version of this poem at an event I organised that “celebrated” 40 years since
Jessica Vaughn argues for the use of the humanities in nursing education, urging fellow practitioners to empower patients through the medical humanities. As I approach my final year as a student nurse and reflect
Laura Savidge, mental health nurse and co-author of the forthcoming study “Nursing a ‘Plague’, A History of HIV & AIDS Care, 1981-1996”, writes: ‘And I can remember seeing what was – he loved chocolate – and
Richard Bates reviews ‘Locating Health: Regional Historical Perspectives on Human Care, 1800-1948, a one-day workshop part of ‘Florence Nightingale Comes Home for 2020’ project. This one-day workshop, held at the University of Nottingham on
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