Black History Month – The Windrush Legacy

Empire Windrush, Image via On the 22nd June 1948 a ship called the Empire Windrush set sail from Jamaica to dock at Tilbury, Essex. This was the first ship marking the arrivals, mainly from Jamaica, to the UK. The…
Julie Roye
14th October 2020

Primary Care Nursing and Cancer

In September 2020 I started a secondment to Transforming Cancer Services Team (TCST) for London as Primary Care Lead Nurse. TCST is part of the Healthy London Partnership and supports London’s CCGs and the NHS England regional team to deliver…
Sandra Dyer
18th September 2020

Introducing the General Practice Nurse BME Network

Julie Roye is joint facilitator of the GPN BME Network with Robana Hussein-Mills. Here she writes about the new network and invites you to join. This blog was originally published on the NHS Joint Collaboration Platform. Welcome to our first…
Julie Roye
14th September 2020

Social Prescribing in Primary Care

‘I have been a nurse for 21 years and this year I am proud to have been awarded the title of Queen’s Nurse.  I trained in Yorkshire before moving to Canada and working as both a surgical and ER nurse…
Helen O'Connell
10th August 2020

Mission Dementia

Do General Practice Nurses have a leading role to play in dementia care? If so, what should it look like and will it work for patients, their families and General Practice in terms of being sustainable and transferable? Personal issues,…
Kim Badcock
25th February 2020

Starting a Career in Nursing

This article has been written by the experts over at With advice on everything from applications to accommodation, Whatuni have everything you need to get in to university and make the most of it once you are there. Being…
Angie Hack
5th February 2020