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In this section you can watch all our filmed interviews, webcasts, and special features.
Our latest film is an introduction to our flagship nursing journal, Nursing Standard, by the Editor in Chief of RCN Publishing, Jean Gray.
We also have the highlights from the Nursing Standard Nurse Awards 2012, which was held on March 22nd 2012 at London's Hilton Hotel.
We have the Care campaign's emergency meeting hosted by Nursing Standard and the Patient's Association to discuss the causes of poor care and its solutions.
We also have a film that discusses Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole.
In this short coffee-break film we meet Editor in Chief of RCN Publishing, Jean Gray, who introduces our flagship journal, Nursing Standard. We also hear from fellow nurses who talk about the reasons why they choose to be Nursing Standard readers.
Professor Dickon Weir-Hughes and Stephen Wright in conversation about whether vulnerable nurses should be allowed to care for vulnerable patients.
RCN Congress fringe, April 2011
Stephen Wright, RCN Fellow and Spiritual Director of the Spiritual Space Foundation, explains why spirituality is an essential feature of high-quality patient care.
Interview by Adele Waters, March 2011
RCN student adviser Gill Robertson speaks about the many high points and challenges of training to be a nurse as well as some of the common concerns that students face.
Interview by Pooja Shah, August 2010
Felicity Stockwell, author of the seminal work 'The Unpopular Patient' uses our first webcast to call for better care for patients - and for nurses.
Interview by Adele Waters, January 2010
Highlights from the Nurse Awards 2012 awards ceremony, Thursday 22nd March, London Hilton on Park Lane.
Nursing Standard and the Patients Association hosted an emergency meeting in London to discuss the causes of poor care and its solutions.
Elizabeth Anionwu, Emeritus professor of nursing and vice chairperson of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal, describes how Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole overcame personal battles to nurse in the Crimean war.
The RCN has launched a new animated video to highlight the importance of sharing innovation across the NHS.
This video was produced by the RCN Mental Health Nursing Forum. It features members who speak about their work as mental health nurses, including Joanne McDonnell, who is head of nursing at Five Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and a member of Mental Health Practice's editorial advisory board.
The video also includes an interview with Marion Janner, the founder of Star Wards, in which she speaks about the importance of nurses and the often invisible but vital skills they bring to the care and treatment of services users.
Fiona Murphy, clinical lead for bereavement and donation, at Royal Bolton Hospital, was announced as the Nursing Standard Nurse of the Year 2011 at a glittering award ceremony on 28th April 2011.
A DVD about the experiences of people with dysphagia, their carers and nurses is now available on special offer to Nursing Standard readers. Watch highlights of the video here for free and read associated articles on dysphagia and medication administration.
Our 2005 'Nursing the Future' campaign video, Quiet Power, shows eight ordinary nurses talking about the modern profession. All were campaign ambassadors, seeking to portray a realistic view of nursing.
London's Royal Opera House was the scene for the Nursing Standard Nurse Awards 2008, recognising and rewarding excellence in nursing. Nurse consultant Karen Logan won the coveted Nurse of the Year award.
Mental Health Practice editor Colin Parish interviews Professor Louis Appleby, national clinical director for health and criminal justice and professor of psychiatry at the University of Manchester, and Calum Meiklejohn, Service Manager, Avon and Wiltshire Partnership Criminal Justice Liaison Services, a former chair of the RCN nursing in criminal justice forum, about the future of mental health care in the criminal justice system.