London terror victim, Kirsty Boden, has been awarded a Florence Nightingale Medal for her courage and devotion on the night of 3 June 2017 – an award that her family and friends have described as “a high honour for such a devoted nurse”.
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The leader of the Royal College of Nursing has pledged that she will “not stop” until ministers take decisive action to end the workforce crisis.
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A major NHS trust has been forced to ramp up efforts to retain its staff, after revealing that private sector companies have offered its nurses training courses and a recruitment incentive.
More than 1.3 million people over age 65 live across England in so-called “care deserts”, where residential care or care at home services are lacking due to a lack of beds or nursing staff, according to researchers.
A community hospital is Oxford is temporarily shutting down because there are not enough registered nurses to keep patients safe.
More must be done to encourage men into nursing to help “diversify” the profession and address the recruitment crisis, a MSP has warned.
Nurses and midwives will be given the opportunity to help transform global health and care, as part of an international conference to be held next year to coincide with the bicentenary of Florence Nightingale’s birth, it has been announced.
Safe staffing legislation in Wales is set to be extended to other areas of nursing, with paediatric inpatients earmarked as a priority, the country’s chief nursing officer has said.
Addressing problems with pay, terms and conditions is key to retaining nurses in primary care, according to a new survey of nursing staff.