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Cancer services are destined for a “worryingly bleak future”, unless urgent action is taken to boost the specialist workforce, a charity chief has warned.
The number of nurses and midwives registered to work in the UK has increased by almost 4,000 in the past year, latest figures reveal.
CQC warns 84 councils over Allied Healthcare
The midwifery workforce in Wales could be under threat if England attempts to poach midwives to plug staffing gaps caused by Brexit, warns a report by the Royal College of Midwives.
A nursing student has been honoured for her outstanding caring skills after turning to poetry to articulate the demands of the job.
More than 20 organisations representing nurses, outreach workers and other homelessness professionals have called on NHS England to spend more on specialist health interventions for homeless people.
Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock has said he will “look at” the possibility of introducing safe nurse staffing legislation in England, Nursing Times has learnt.
The NHS nurse shortfall may hit 51,000 by the time the UK has officially left the European Union, health chiefs have warned.
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A nurse who treated the Pittsburgh synagogue gunman has spoken out on his experience of giving care to Robert Bowers, saying he wanted him to feel “compassion, kindness and empathy”.