Jo Stephenson is a freelance reporter for Nursing Times
Health professionals should promote electronic cigarettes as an alternative to smoking, an extensive report on the controversial devices by the Royal College of Physicians has concluded.
A group of midwives and campaigners has launched an initiative to promote giving birth in midwifery-led units and ensure they are no longer “a too well kept secret”.
Practice nurses and advanced nurse practitioners dominate among the primary care nursing workforce, according to the first national breakdown of clinician type in surgeries in England.
Two fifths of nurses currently working in London say the cost of housing means they will be forced to leave the capital in the next five years, according to a new survey.
End of life care facing ‘meltdown’, warns charity Subscription
End of life care will be placed under “an intolerable strain” in coming years, according to a new analysis by Macmillan Cancer Support.
The director of nursing at Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has said the organisation’s outstanding rating from the Care Quality Commission is a “testament to staff”.
General practice nurses in London are working longer hours and report greater workload burdens than counterparts in other areas, a new study has revealed today.
Every health visiting team should include a specialist in mental health to support new parents, according to new official guidance.
Many ward managers are struggling to cope because they lack essential training in key areas like rostering, warn safe staffing experts.
A group of acute trusts in the North West has been paying critical care nurses band 8 wages for standard shifts, in an effort to lure them away from agency work and back to the NHS.