Career and workforce news
A recent trawl through the photo archives at has brought out forgotten stories, including one about a nurse and her link to a past Dutch king and another who used to be an African sprinting champion.
A bill designed to ensure nurse staffing levels in Scotland are safe has been published by the Scottish government.
England’s most senior nurse has signalled that she is to step down from her role in the near future, while also unveiling ambitions to reform the country’s nursing leadership structure.
Ensuring the right nurse staffing levels is key when it comes to safely dealing with winter pressures on emergency departments, says a new report by the Care Quality Commission.
A group of student and newly-qualified nurses are at the forefront of a new campaign to attract more young people into nursing.
The vast majority of community healthcare providers are deeply worried about staffing and fear current workforce plans will not deliver enough district nurses, health visitors, and specialist nurses to realise ambitions of providing more services closer to home, reveals a new report.
The Royal College of Nursing has criticised a London hospital trust’s plans to sell off accommodation for nurses and other key workers to build luxury flats as “nothing short of disgraceful”.
Nurses around the world need a pay rise and better working conditions, with wages showing salary stagnation and a fall in purchasing power, according to a new report.
Two community nurses from Cardiff, who specialise in continence and stoma care, have been given awards to mark their long service by a leading nursing charity.
The Royal College of Nursing has this week pledged to continue to work to close its gender pay gap, which it said was mainly the result of employing more men in senior positions.