The skills of specialist tuberculosis nurses must not be cast aside as headway is made on eradicating the disease in England, a leader in the field has warned.
More than half of midwifery chiefs believe their services are too stretched to support the rise in student midwives promised by the government, a new survey has revealed.
The cost of the tests overseas nurses and midwives must take to work in the UK are being reduced by more than 20%, the professional regulator has revealed.
Scrapping tuition fees for postgraduate nursing courses and giving all student nurses annual grants to cover living costs are among a set of urgent measures put forward by health experts today to prevent a workforce crisis.
Nursing lecturers in Scotland have embarked on a new campaign to get more men to consider a career as a nurse.
A new master’s degree programme is being launched in London to help develop and expand the role of nurses in specialist eye care.
Nurses do not want to compromise the flexibility afforded to them by working 12-hour shifts despite burnout becoming a “growing concern”, a US researcher has warned.
A highly experienced former nurse has been appointed to help to lead a new partnership aiming to break down barriers between health and social care services in mid Nottinghamshire.
Thousands of people have been rejected from nursing associate courses because they did not have the basic maths or English skills required, according to the chief executive of Health Education England.
The chief nursing officer for England has pledged her “firm commitment” to stamping out race inequalities in the profession.