Miss any of the news affecting the profession during September 2018? Catch up with our summary of the main nursing headlines.
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).
The most senior nurse at the regulator NHS Improvement has vowed to fight for better training opportunities for qualified nurses to enhance their skills.
A £10m investment in online training for NHS staff in Wales was announced today to mark the official launch of a new national body designed to improve workforce planning and development.
New voluntary standards have been published for the education and practice of community children’s nurses.
A paediatric nurse has said young cancer patients are missing out on vital sexual health information due to embarrassment among care professionals.
The number of new nursing students starting courses in England has fallen by more than 500 for the new academic year, official figures show.
Three sisters are making history by beginning to study adult nursing in the same cohort at a university in East Anglia.