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A major review of pre- and post-registration training for nurses and midwives in England is to be carried out to improve standards of patient care, Nursing Times can reveal.
A new model of care to reduce aggression and promote safety for staff and patients has been adopte by the Ipswich base for acute mental health services in East Suffolk.
Senior nurses at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust have decided to reintroduce a hospital badge to recognise the “hard work and dedication” of nursing and midwifery staff.
A hospital trust in Devon last week played host to a group of 30 student nurses from France.
The Care Quality Commission has raised concerns about staff development at Northampton General Hospital Trust.
Barbara Corney asks how many times have you heard someone say “a male nurse” or a nice “lady doctor”?
The diaries of a nurse who worked close to the Western Front during the First World War will be the subject of a public talk organised by the University of Chester to mark the centenary of the conflict.
More than £2.5m is being spent on piloting government plans to make aspiring student nurses work as healthcare assistants for a year – despite a commitment it would be cost neutral, Nursing Times has learnt.
Massive open online courses were developed to offer universal free access to high-quality higher education, and may offer new opportunities in nurse education
Value-based recruitment is a challenge in healthcare, but multiple mini-interviews, which use a series of clinical scenarios, may offer a solution