A research project may offer insight into how factors like laundry, food and art may be good places to start in addressing problems in long-term care homes.
Nursing homes and long term care in Canada are predominantly staffed by immigrant women, migrants and refugees — mostly women of colour.
Home health care is a much trickier question after COVID-19, and that becomes an issue for millions of older people who rely on home health care, as well as the workers who care for them.
Anti-Blackness lingers in nursing and continues to limit access for Black folks, especially within nursing schools.
Nurses on the front lines of a pandemic need education, training and institutional support.
Images of religious buildings being used to treat the sick shouldn't come as surprise. The practice has a long tradition, dating back to the Middle Ages.
It is unclear what happens to these people and their families should they get sick or worse still pass away in the line of duty.
The NHS workforce reconfiguration so far has been an accountant’s response – designed to save money rather than being based upon actual clinical need.
Nurses who surround the process of medically assisted dying are an important source of insight into the real conversations our society needs to have about what it's really like.
Security guards won't protect paramedics and community nurses from violent patients. And in hospital, some security guards can unwittingly escalate violence, unless they're specially trained.
Ever more Americans are using digital cameras to keep an eye on elderly relatives who live in nursing homes. This surveillance may violate patients' privacy and demoralize their caretakers.
The president should use his penchant for shaking up the status quo to tackle the genuine crisis in health care.
Well resourced and empowered nurses could help to quickly spread universal health care.
Taking the HIV self-test gave nurses valuable insights into what their patients go through.
New analysis from the Migration Observatory suggests skilled visa could still be refused in the future despite recent moves to exempt doctors and nurses from the cap.
Scrapping nurses' bursaries was met with almost universal condemnation. But could it be a good thing?
New medical staff start in January and may not be as skilled or adept as their predecessors, meaning more things go wrong.
People working in caring professions are not superhuman.
The myth of compassion fatigue suggests that compassion is a finite resource. The reality is that health-care providers are over-worked and need better institutional support.
Drug companies funded more than 116,000 educational events for doctors over four years. Now you can find out exactly which companies footed the bills and how much they paid.