Nursing and midwifery vacancies in Scotland have reached a record high despite more staff then ever before being in post, latest figures reveal.
NHS England has today launched the second year of its parliamentary awards to celebrate and give national recognition to staff who “go above and beyond the call of duty”.
Stopping nurses from leaving their jobs prematurely is now a “critical issue” for governments around the world as staff shortages escalate, a global nursing leader has warned.
A German hospital is seeking to capitalise on Brexit uncertainty to poach Polish nurses working in the UK.
Mandatory diversity policies, in both private and public sector organisations, are needed to drive improvements in racial equality in the workplace, according to a review for a charity most famous for raising funds for a statue of nursing pioneer Mary Seacole.
Hospitals across the globe have been challenged to provide leadership and development training for 20,000 nurses and midwives next year, as part of efforts to ensure the professions play a major role in shaping healthcare.
Many nurses and midwives say they often think about leaving their job, with a significant proportion considering quitting healthcare altogether, shows the latest staff survey results.
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Nurse leaders in Wales have called for all mental health nurses to be supported to develop leadership skills and receive effective and continuous professional development, in a set of pledges released for the sector.
Recruiting nurses from overseas is a “long-term investment” for an organisation because they are less likely to jump ship once they join, according to a top nurse at a renowned trust.