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A top nursing professor, who was recently honoured by the Queen, has said that to truly stamp out race inequalities within the NHS will require “bravery” and the commitment of leaders from all backgrounds.
Nursing support staff at a mental health trust have come up with a new initiative to help their patients with dementia to connect with their past.
A community infection prevention nurse has been named Wales Nurse of the Year at an annual Royal College of Nursing event.
Cancer screening programmes in England will be overhauled after tens of thousands of women were caught up in major blunders.
Senior nurses will be able to access support to help develop new volunteer roles within the NHS, as part of a project aspiring to ease pressure on busy staff and improve patient care
A leading nurse has said “continual push and motivation” from care staff is behind her trust’s success in slicing the number of patients experiencing pressure ulcers in hospital by 61% in two years.
Child-sized, gender-neutral versions of Scotland’s national nursing uniform are at the heart of a new project designed to challenge public perceptions about the image of the profession.
New standards to ensure children in special schools in Wales receive high quality healthcare from school nurses have been unveiled this week by ministers.
Unions have announced that nurses and midwives in Northern Ireland are to be consulted on whether they are prepared to take industrial action, including strike action, over pay.
Two “outstanding” nurses with honours from the Queen have been elected to top positions at the Royal College of Nursing.