A children’s nursing student from the University of Chester has celebrated a very special birthday at the neonatal baby care unit that looked after her when she was born 20 years ago.
Two English universities have today been ranked among the top three in the world for nursing studies.
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.
Miss any of the news affecting the profession during February 2019? Catch up with our summary of the main nursing headlines.
An independent healthcare provider has revealed plans for a new in-house training academy to secure its own pipeline of nurses in the face of national shortages.
A “record-breaking” number of male school leavers have applied to study nursing, according to NHS England, which has highlighted new figures showing an increase of over 50% in the last decade.
Plans to create an apprenticeship route into district nursing in England have moved a significant step forward.
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.
The Royal College of Nursing is devising a short film to promote learning disability nursing as an exciting career option to young people as part of efforts to address a chronic shortage.
The government has launched a consultation on proposals to introduce mandatory learning disabilities and autism training for all nurses in England.