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A second cohort of newly qualified nurses is being recruited onto a general practice training scheme in Scotland, as part of a government programme to make the field more attractive to young graduates.
A senior nurse from Devon has been chosen to help lead the implementation of a major national workforce plan for the NHS in England.
Music may offer an alternative to the use of a drug routinely used to calm the nerves before the use of regional anaesthesia, according to US researchers.
A student nurse’s idea for making the “traumatic” transition between child and adult services easier for patients has been picked up by hospital leaders.
Having either type 1 or type 2 diabetes leads to a greater excess risk of heart failure in women than it does in men, according to UK and Australian researchers.
Nursing and other healthcare leaders have jointly called on the government to prioritise producing a new alcohol strategy to tackle the “escalating risk” they warn it has on public health.
Nurses and midwives seeking to renew their registration face “barriers” in obtaining the five pieces of practice-related feedback required to revalidate, an independent review has found.
A new training tool for practice nurses and other primary care staff is being launched across England in a bid to catch cancers sooner.
The Royal College of Nursing’s governing body has confirmed it will consider re-joining an international nursing federation amid concerns the UK is being left out of global debate on the future of the profession.
Nurse wages in the capital need to increase by £10,500 a year to be able to afford the costs of rent in London, according to a new report.