Nurses are being urged to take to social media as part of national campaign to highlight the valuable contribution of migrant workers to the NHS, social care and other key sectors in the UK.
The nurse who developed an early warning app for patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital says the device has “saved thousands of nursing hours”.
Photographs of nursing staff taken at Christmas time during the 1920s and 1930s are among those featured in a new digital archive of the history of healthcare services in Salisbury.
A new support network to help families of children on neonatal units in North Wales has been launched by neonatal nurses.
Nursing staff at hospitals in Southampton are introducing interactive whiteboards on wards, as part of a major digital transformation project.
Macmillan has appointed its first “digital nurse specialist” to help ensure people can get accurate online information about cancer.
A publisher has been forced to apologise and pull a nursing textbook from sale, amid claims that some of its content was “racist”.
Nurses and other health professionals will be expected to routinely ask patients about their sexual orientation in future, as part of new guidance on data monitoring in England.
Online patient feedback, such as posts on social media sites, can provide accurate near real-time representations of the quality of care in NHS hospitals, according to researchers.
The number of written complaints made about nurses has gone up by nearly 10% in a year, according to health service latest data.