Winning the “hearts and minds” of nursing staff is among the first priorities in a concerted drive to improve her struggling hospital trust’s performance, a new chief nurse has told Nursing Times.
Outstanding student nurses and their educators have been celebrated today at a glittering ceremony in London.
Student nurses from Stirling, London, Nottingham and Birmingham were among those celebrated as the best in the country in their category at the annual Student Nursing Times Awards.
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A “more nurses” bill has been passed by the Welsh Assembly, leaving it only needing the relative formality of royal assent before it becomes legislation.
Nursing research that has been withdrawn because of major errors or misconduct continues to be included in influential evidence reviews, according to a new study that warns patient safety may be at risk as a result.
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Healthcare assistant employers have been warned against training providers making false claims they have been licensed to provide a government-recommended care certificate.
The removal of bursaries for student nurses in England could have a negative impact on the overall number of applicants applying for training as well as for groups such as mature students and people with children, an influential group of MPs has warned.
Nursing professors and leaders have warned of the potential “confusion” and “danger” arising from the varied training nursing associates are being given on pilot programmes.