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A dedicated nurse has been brought in to support people on the Isles of Scilly with their mental health concerns in a first-of-its-kind appointment to improve access to care.
The meltdown of the Royal College of Nursing last year was “traumatising” but has opened the door for a “rebirth” of the organisation, its new president has told Nursing Times.
A nurse whose passion for health policy has helped him climb to the top is to take the helm of a global nursing federation.
A hospital trust in the West Midlands has launched an investigation into five “maternal deaths” over the past 18 months.
The silencing of nurse voices at the top tables of the NHS is “wrong and needs to be redressed”, a leading barrister has warned.
A leading nurse has been appointed to head up organ donation and transplantation services across the UK.
Plans are in the pipeline for new foundation training for community nurses, as part of efforts to raise awareness of the role and boost recruitment and retention, Nursing Times has learnt.
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Nursing students and mentors are set to benefit from a new innovative app designed to support them during clinical placements.
Applications to study nursing in England have increased slightly from last year but are still down 30% since student bursaries were scrapped, latest figures reveal.
Card helps people access toiletsSubscription
The Bladder and Bowel Community (formerly The Bladder and Bowel Foundation) has produced a ‘Just Can’t Wait’ toilet card for patients to help them gain access to toilet facilities that may otherwise not be available.