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The Foundation of Nursing Studies has opened applications for its Richard Tompkins Nurse Development Scholarship 2015.
New types of nursing roles that overlap more closely with physiotherapy and pharmacy work should be developed to meet the changing needs of healthcare sector employers, the chief executive of England’s official workforce planning body has claimed.
A second year of growth in nurse education places has been rubber-stamped by Health Education England’s board today, as it unveils its national workforce plan for England.
A major review of nursing education and training looks set to recommend that future student nurses undertake care experience before starting their degrees, but that a whole year is too long.
Mentors play a crucial role in supporting and assessing student nurses, yet many find the role challenging. A trust developed support for mentors at the point of care
A new approach to training nurses in moving and handling has led to a 92% reduction in injuries among students on practice placements, according to its creators.
Four aspiring deans of health have been awarded scholarships, as part of a ground-breaking scheme to help develop future academic leaders in nursing and midwifery.
Around half of nursing staff remain in the dark about how to deal with a patient with ebola, our survey suggests.
Proposed changes to nurse education that may include a move towards more general training before specialist learning, could lead to a trade-off between these two skillsets, nursing academics have warned.
The University of the West of Scotland has announced the appointment of Karen Wilson as dean of its school of health, nursing and midwifery.