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Matt Hancock has promised a funding boost for community and primary care services, as part of a new national strategy on illness prevention.
The Royal College of Nursing is calling for £1bn a year to be put back into nurse education in England to help students “struggling to make ends meet and arrest the catastrophic fall in nurse numbers”.
The loss of alcoholic specialist roles, such as wellbeing nurses, in local services struggling with cash shortages is preventing alcoholics from getting the help they need, according to a national inquiry.
Catch-up on all the 2018 Nursing Times Award winners and finalists in our supplement, and see photos from the glittering awards ceremony itself.
Almost half of sport injury-related emergency department attendances and almost a quarter of sport injury-related hospital admissions are in children and adolescents, according to a UK study.
NHS trusts in London are offering to cover visa costs for their European Union nurses to encourage them to stay after Brexit.
Fears have been raised about the future of district nursing, as student numbers decline.
A mother and daughter marked a major milestone today as they graduated together from the same university nursing course.
Candidates standing for election to the Royal College of Nursing’s governing council have been announced, following the decision of current members to stand down after a no confidence vote.
More than one in five nurses working in adult hospital care in England is from the European Union or further afield, show new figures that demonstrate the health service’s reliance on overseas workers.