Nurses in the Republic of Ireland are being asked to vote on new proposals put forward to end a dispute over their pay and conditions.
European Union nurses and other health and care staff will have their qualifications and registration recognised in the UK whether the country leaves the EU with or without a deal, it was revealed today.
A specialist trust in London has taken action to empower its nurses at every level to get involved in research.
A new study by researchers in India has shed light on how working shifts may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
The NHS in England will not be able to deliver the long-term plan for the health service unless it tackles severe staffing shortages including a lack of nurses, MPs have warned.
Registered nurses are too often viewed as task completers rather than as being critical to safety, researchers have warned.
Shortages of mental health nurses have left employers “robbing Peter to pay Paul” to fill gaps in their workforce, a nurse leader has warned.
Nursing unions in South Africa have called on their government to do more to retain nurses to avoid them being lured to work in the NHS in England through new recruitment drives for international nurses.
A renowned academic from the world’s top-ranking nursing school has put forward a case for reducing the hours that English student nurses have to spend on clinical placements.
Nurses wanting to return to practice will soon be able to do so by taking a test of competence instead of a course, after changes were given the green light.