Two senior nurse academics at a London university have been awarded professorships.
Nursing students are being invited to take part in a first-of-its-kind academic essay competition about addiction.
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Nicola Sturgeon has today announced plans to increase bursaries for nursing and midwifery students in Scotland.
More than 10,000 people have signed a petition to reinstate bursaries for nursing students.
A retention scheme launched to support NHS providers that are struggling with above average nurse turnover rates will be extended to all trusts across England, Nursing Times has been told.
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The first trainee nurses to be based in Scarborough for 23 years have officially begun their degree, their university has revealed.
The University of Sunderland is launching a ground-breaking nursing degree apprenticeship scheme, which will see candidates study for up to five years while learning on the job.
A nurse from the world’s first fertility clinic, Bourn Hall in Cambridge, has been appointed to the executive board of national nursing organisation the Senior Infertility Nurses Group (SING).