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A new global initiative that is calling on every health employer around the world to provide leadership and development training for young nurses and midwives in 2020, has been officially launched today.
The chief nursing officer for England has called on a local councillor to remove a social media post in which he claimed nurses should attend an “obesity course” rather than campaign for safe staffing legislation.
Nurses from Northern Ireland who claim they have been “left behind” colleagues in other UK nations when it comes to pay have taken their protest to Whitehall.
People with dementia should be offered activities such as exercise, aromatherapy, gardening and mindfulness to help them stay well and independent, according to new standards for dementia care.
The work of an NHS trust that has given its nursing associates small caseloads has been showcased in a new online resource aimed at helping organisations make the best use of their staff.
A nurse lecturer from the University of Salford has become the first recipient of the chief nursing officer gold award given for learning disability nursing.
Nurses fighting for safe staffing laws in England have taken their larger-than-life campaign to the front door of health secretary Matt Hancock.
Three nurses from Whorlton Hall have been temporarily banned from practising after an undercover investigation exposed abuse of vulnerable patients staying at the hospital.
Statutory guidance issued to help healthcare professionals properly apply key mental health legislation is not being used as intended, inspectors have warned.
Nursing staff at a hospital trust in Yorkshire are celebrating 600 days without a single case of the superbug MRSA.