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Joint clinical training for nursing, medical and dental students can help boost their ability to work well with other professionals, according to a US study.
The NHS and partners “must do better” when it comes to tackling violence against staff, according to health minister Stephen Hammond who said every incident must be properly investigated.
England’s former chief nursing officer Jane Cummings has been announced as the new chair of the Royal College of Nursing Foundation.
A specialist children’s nurse is gearing up for a charity road trip across the country to visit fellow nurses in a bid to raise awareness of the work they do.
The chief nurse at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust will also be taking on the role of deputy chief executive, it has been announced.
Hypnosis can reduce pain by up to 42% and may offer a genuine alternative to painkillers, according to UK researchers.
The nursing and midwifery regulator has made progress but is still failing to meet key standards in its handling of fitness to practise cases, according to its latest annual performance report.
A nurse who had just finished a night shift at Scunthorpe Hospital has been praised for helping a woman who was trapped in her vehicle after a car accident.
NHS staff have been praised after new research found productivity in the health service has improved at more than double the rate of the wider economy.
Nursing staff who helped organise a surprise wedding ceremony for a patient undergoing end-of-life care have described how proud they are to be able to “touch patients’ lives”.