Here I explore the myth - often perpetrated by fellow editors and picked up by prospective non-English speaking authors - that they must first learn to write in English. Frankly, it doesn't matter and if asked by people if I think it's better to write in English or to write in a native language and have it translated my response is 'I don't know; and I don't care - just write'.view more
Missed care in the community
Emotional intelligence and previous experience in nursing
Open in order to...
Violence and depression in mental health nursing
Upright or lying down?
Academic pubishing myths 5 - it is wrong to cite yourself
Jacob Rees Mogg under pressure on Good Morning Britain 6 September 2017
Philosophy in nursing: what have the Romans ever done for us?
Taiwan 2017 travel and lecture clips