Issue : 24 September 2014
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Ed Miliband has pledged that Labour will deliver 36,000 extra staff for the NHS including 20,000 extra nurses if it wins next year’s general election.
60 seconds with...Carol-Anne Murphy, nurse consultant at the 5 Boroughs Partnership Foundation TrustSubscription
We talk to Carol-Anne Murphy (nee Kelly), nurse consultant at the 5 Boroughs Partnership Foundation Trust, who qualified as a mental health nurse in 1986.
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
Strike date set for next month in NHS pay dispute Subscription
Strike action over pay by NHS members of Unison has been scheduled to take place on 13 October, the union has announced.
The maternity department at Burton’s Queen’s Hospital is to use social media as a new way of finding ways to improve antenatal care.
More than 160 NHS workers have answered a call to help battle the ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Ros Moore, the chief nursing officer for Scotland, will step down from her role at the end of the year, the Scottish Government has announced today.
Many children who have bipolar disorder can go for years without having their symptoms recognised, latest guidance for the NHS has warned.
Death rates at two large hospitals fell by more than 15% after nurses started using handheld computers instead of paper charts to record patients’ vital signs, according to new research.
Cholesterol-lowering drugs can directly increase the risk of diabetes because of the way they function, research has shown.