Tag Archives: nursing

Practising compassion and justice

Having just got back from a two day conference in the Netherlands on researching and teaching spiritual care for nursing students, I was once again confronted on my return to our island shores by more stories about the failures of even the most basic care […]

Changing attitudes, changing hearts – reflections on the Care Quality Commission report

I know what it is to not to give elderly patients the time and care they deserve. On the ward round at the beginning of a busy day, isn’t it easier to stand at the end of the bed of the elderly patient who’s ‘waiting […]

London hospital backs down from forcing Christian nurses to participate in abortion after receiving lawyer’s letter

A London hospital which tried to force two Christian nurses to participate in abortion has backed down after receiving a letter from a Christian lawyer. The story, which Liverpool barrister Neil Addison of the Thomas More Legal Centre reports on his blog, is also carried […]