Issue : 18 March 2015
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The Royal College of Nursing has said its search for a new chief executive and general secretary will not be confined to the UK.
Nurses and midwives from black and minority ethnic backgrounds are being encouraged to apply for scholarships to help them become “future leaders”.
Better end of life care is observed in nursing homes where palliative care knowledge is greater among senior staff, according to US research.
The umbrella body Care England has announced that it has appointed two honorary nursing advisors.
A midwife who experienced a personal health scare is attempting to raise £3,000 for a range of cancer charities, starting with a sponsored bike ride last week.
The National Collaborative TB Strategy: Nurses can play a "critical role" in reducing the burden of TBSubscription
Tuberculosis (TB) is an ancient disease but it still manages to be a major source of morbidity and mortality throughout the world in modern day
Nurses could both improve patient care and save the NHS money if they were handed more control over the purchasing of everyday ward equipment, according to new survey findings.
Discern bullying from aggressionSubscription
Bullying and aggression may seem to go hand in hand but telling the two apart is key
TDA promotes safe nurse staffing levels with video case studiesVideoSubscription
The NHS Trust Development Authority has produced a film on safe nurse and care staffing to support directors of nursing to provide high quality care for patients.
The UK’s only privately-run NHS hospital will be handed back to the health service next month, the NHS Trust Development Authority has confirmed.