Children are being put at risk due to cuts in the number of health visitors and spiralling caseloads, according to the latest annual survey by the Institute of Health Visiting.
A group of 20 community nurses in Scotland have been awarded the title of Queen’s nurse, marking the first time the honour has been made in the country for almost 50 years.
The inventors of a new type of catheter have been presented with a “clinical impact” award by a leading body of engineers.
The care home market is not sustainable without additional public funding, the government’s competition regulator has warned.
The University of East London has marked the official launch of its new adult nursing degree by unveiling a new state-of-the-art clinical simulation centre.
The level of community-based support from hospices has risen year-on-year, a new report shows.
Community nurses are pioneering an innovative approach to support patients with multiple long- term conditions and reduce pressure on accident and emergency departments in West and North Yorkshire.
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A leading community nurse received her CBE from the Queen this week recognising both her services to the profession and her work as the head of the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
An annual survey of people’s experiences of using community mental healthcare shows “limited progress” overall, with a decline in performance in some service areas, according to regulators.
The inventors of a new catheter claim it could solve one of “the biggest problems” in community nursing and reduce discomfort, embarrassment and complications for millions of patients.