A trust chief executive has paid tribute to her “brilliant” staff after they found themselves at the centre of “an international media storm” over the case of child cancer patient Ashya King.
Nursing leadership is lacking from the ward right up to the House of Lords, one of the profession’s most authoritative champions has claimed.
The nursing regulator has made “substantial improvements” two years on from a damning review that concluded the organisation had lost its way, says a new report.
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- Community nurses under pressure over end of life chats
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- Public back midwives in pay row
- Homeless being discharged onto the streets, survey finds
- Anxiety over funding row 'could see nursing courses close'
- Student nurses to wear 'hello my name is' badges