Lack of specialist substance misuse training for nursing staff at the Nightingale Hospital in London is putting patients at risk of “serious harm”, according to the Care Quality Commission.
London South Bank University has launched a consultation about whether to close its learning disability nursing programmes permanently following a drop in applications since student bursaries were removed in England.
The Scottish government is to invest £6.9m over three years for training and educating practice nurses and district nurses to “help support a sustainable 24/7 community nursing workforce”.
Nurses from the UK have been helping to train Red Cross volunteers in Uganda, as part of work to reduce the risk of disasters and boost the wellbeing of local communities.
Outstanding student nurses and their educators have been celebrated today at a glittering ceremony in London.
Thousands of extraordinary images of nurses delivering care before the NHS came into being have been made available to the public online to mark 70 years of the service.
A group of 21 trainee nursing associates has begun apprenticeships at a private mental healthcare provider, which is claiming to be one of the first independent organisations to offer this form of training for the new role.
A new school of nursing based in Doncaster has been opened this week by BPP University, following the launch of undergraduate nurse training for the first time by the private higher education provider last year.
Student nurses and midwives in Wales will continue to receive a bursary in 2019, the country’s health secretary has confirmed.
New Royal College of Nursing ambassador Emilia Clarke is to raise funds for specialist nursing by offering people a chance to bid for the opportunity to spend a day on the Game of Thrones set.