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Plans have been revealed for the creation of a new deputy chief nursing officer post in England to help lead the digital agenda for the NHS.
The Florence Nightingale Foundation has announced Professor Greta Westwood as its new chief executive.
Getting the flu jab while pregnant is safe for both mothers and babies and saves lives, according to experts in the light of new research which they hope will help tackle vaccination concerns.
Applications to study nursing in England have increased by 4% from last year but are still down more than 15,000 since the bursary was axed, new figures released today show.
Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock has said he is considering new incentives to encourage students into struggling areas of nursing such as community and mental health.
An “incredible” nurse from Southampton has today been recognised for dedicating her career to helping homeless people in a prestigious ceremony at the Houses of Parliament.
Two ambulance service nurses who are described as going above and beyond their call of duty have been commended by England’s most senior nurse.
A nursing leader has told how a new programme at her trust to support people back into employment following an episode of serious mental illness is allowing patients to rebuild confidence and “move on with their lives”.
A national retention scheme that is being credited for helping to keep 800 NHS nurses in post will be expanded to general practice, it has been announced today.
Young people have been placed on adult mental wards because of a shortage of nursing staff at Northern Ireland’s only inpatient unit for children with mental health problems, it has emerged.