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A newly-qualified nursing associate has commended the support she received from registered nurses during her training.
The first qualified nursing associates will join England’s health and care workforce today in a “landmark moment” for the sector.
Graduation ceremonies have been held around the country for members of the new nursing associate role, ahead of them officially joining the NHS workforce on 28 January.
Members of the Royal College of Nursing in the Channel Islands have moved closer to making history by potentially becoming the first nurses from the union to officially go on strike.
A new “fidget” toolkit is improving the wellbeing of people living with dementia by helping them to tap into the psychological need to feel occupied and engaged, according to a leading research charity.
A trust has been praised for cutting unnecessary hospital admissions and easing pressure on medics by putting senior nurses in charge of assessing children and young people.
Healthcare professionals are being urged to read the UK’s first guideline on diagnosing foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in order to become better acquainted with how to identify it.
Leaving a two-hour gap between dinner and bedtime does not seem to be associated with any discernible difference in blood glucose levels among healthy adults, according to nurse researchers.
Diabetes UK is looking for nurses to take part in the latest round of its “clinical champions” programme and lead improvements in diabetes care.
Hospital trusts will need to boost their specialist nurse numbers to enable the introduction of a raft of new high-quality molecular diagnostic tests for all lung cancer patients, a report has warned.