Issue : 27 May 2015
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Nursing is arriving on time in a clean, ironed uniform. It is embodied by symbols like badges and fob watches, scissors and torches.
A cap on the cost of agency staff supplied to trusts is being explored by the government in an attempt to tackle the ballooning agency spend in the NHS, it has emerged.
Plans to bring the education budget for different health professions in Wales under one body may not necessarily bring about the significant workforce changes the country needs, academics have warned.
Why Patient First Scotland’s want the Scottish Government to adopt the Freedom to Speak Up review into the treatment of whistleblowers
A toolkit is to be launched next month to help increase cardiovascular special nurses’ awareness of their role in guideline implementation.
New commemorative £5 coin honours WWI nurseSubscription
The Royal Mint has struck a new £5 coin to honour nurse Edith Cavell, one of the most prominent female casualties of the First World War, as part of a series to mark the centenary of the conflict.
Kettering General Hospital has become one of the first hospitals in the country to appoint an Admiral nurse to work in its acute general hospital environment.
A nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham recently went over and above the call of duty to support her patients, by organising a “VE Day party” with help from the hospital charity.
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been told to improve, after the Care Quality Commission found the trust had no plan in place to tackle the high rate of suicide in the area.