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Nurses have helped to prevent hundreds of unnecessary admissions to hospital in North West England by responding to 999 calls and treating patients in the community.
A powerful case study of a nurse has been used to demonstrate the potential of new guidance launched to help employers in Northern Ireland spot warning signs of abuse.
A recruitment firm claims it could help solve widespread nursing shortages in the UK by hooking up trusts directly with training providers in Eastern Europe and other parts of the European Union.
The number of NHS nurses and health visitors in England dropped by 872 in August compared to the previous month, latest data reveals.
Campaigners have slammed the government’s decision to push ahead with plans to double the fee overseas’ nurses have to pay to use the NHS as “beyond cruel”.
Tackling nurse vacancies will one of the key priorities of the new chief nurse at a struggling mental health trust.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) specialist nurses have been recruited in areas that are in “desperate need of extra support”, the MS Trust has announced.
Nurses and midwives across the Republic of Ireland have today started voting on whether to go on strike over a dispute about understaffing.
Concerns have been raised over the potential delay of a health and social care workforce plan in Scotland.
A top nursing professor, who was recently honoured by the Queen, has said that to truly stamp out race inequalities within the NHS will require “bravery” and the commitment of leaders from all backgrounds.