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Nurse wages in the capital need to increase by £10,500 a year to be able to afford the costs of rent in London, according to a new report.
A new self-funded degree pathway will see trainee nursing associates given full supernumerary status and taught in a way that is “more like a student nurse programme”, a university has said.
One of England’s most senior nurses who worked her way up after starting her career as a cleaner has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Salford.
Men in Norfolk who feel suicidal are to benefit from a new role designed to ensure they get early support before being seen by mental health specialists.
Around one in 20 patients are affected by avoidable harm, according to a UK study that estimates the cost to hospitals in England each year would pay for more than 3,500 nurses.
Health minister Stephen Hammond today put a spoke in the wheel of the Royal College of Nursing’s campaign for new safe staffing legislation.
A £2m investment has today been committed by Health Education England to strengthen the learning disability workforce by an extra 230 registered nurses and 150 trainee nursing associates.
A trust in Northamptonshire has developed a dedicated midwifery team to ensure mothers-to-be who need to have a planned caesarean section receive “continuous and personal” care.
A mental health trust has introduced a digital patient monitoring system after an evaluation found it enabled nurses to carry out vital checks on patients without disturbing their sleep.
Every major A&E department in England now has a specialist crisis team in place to treat people with mental health needs but more nurses are needed to provide top-level care, new research shows.