News and practice for nurse educators
Changes to healthcare organisations may mean student placements are unavailable or unsuitable. A new allocation model is enabling a more student-focused approach
Achieving the recommended compression rate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation can be difficult, but music can help to improve skills in the short term
Choosing the right recruits to education programmes, and providing appropriate educational content, will foster compassion among nursing students
Higher education institutions must recruit nursing students with the right values. One university is using multiple mini-interviews to assess compassion and empathy
A preceptorship group programme has helped newly qualified nurses recruited to work in a mental health trust to develop their skills and confidence
A major campaign is due to be launched today to encourage former nurses to rejoin the profession in order to alleviate the current shortage of staff in the NHS.
Labour would have to address a shortage of funding to universities if it were to deliver on its pledge for 36,000 extra NHS staff if it formed a government, HSJ has been told
Health Education England will pay for courses to encourage former nurses to return to the profession, Nursing Times can reveal ahead of a campaign to help address national staff shortages.
A leading nursing academic has become chief executive of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
The Cavell Nurses’ Trust is calling on the “brightest and most dedicated” nursing and midwifery students to apply for travel grants worth up to £2,000.
Staying up-to-date can be challenging, but there are ways nurses can meet their CPD requirements without breaking the bank
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