The NHS nurse shortfall may hit 51,000 by the time the UK has officially left the European Union, health chiefs have warned.
Miss any of the news affecting the profession during October 2018? Catch up with our summary of the main nursing headlines.
The Royal College of Nursing is calling for £1bn a year to be put back into nurse education in England to help students “struggling to make ends meet and arrest the catastrophic fall in nurse numbers”.
Fears have been raised about the future of district nursing, as student numbers decline.
A mother and daughter marked a major milestone today as they graduated together from the same university nursing course.
Nine nurses working across England were today honoured and awarded for their contribution to the health of black and ethnic minority (BME) communities.
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust has opened its first ever nurse education and training centre.
A new book has been launched that it is hoped will become a valuable resource for student nurses giving them unique insights into patient and carer experiences of care at home.
The historical under-representation of nurses and midwives in health research roles is at “tipping point” in the right direction, a leading professor has told Nursing Times.
A new guide has been launched to help nurses better support patients struggling with life-limiting side effects such as hearing loss and fatigue from treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis.