Nurses working at an intermediate care unit in Cromer, North Norfolk, face an anxious wait to hear whether they will keep their jobs.
Nurse leaders have sought to reassure community nurses that the “haemorrhaging” of staff is not going unnoticed at a national level and that work is underway to address the problem.
Almost all district nursing course providers have “major concerns” about the future funding and viability of their programmes, according to survey findings from a leading nursing charity.
A director of nursing has said she is positive about how the merger of her community trust with a nearby mental health provider will create “opportunities” to improve patient care.
All patients who are being considered for long-term oxygen treatment (LTOT) at home should have a thorough risk assessment delivered by trained staff, according to new national standards.
Patients with advanced dementia receive little support from community or specialist nurses, despite experiencing chronic pain and psychological symptoms, research in London suggests.
A new tool that could transform risk assessment for pressure ulcers has been shown to be reliable when used by both expert and non-specialist nurses in hospitals and the community, according to the findings of an initial trial.
A pair of student nurses have teamed up with a homeless and refugee charity to deliver “little bags of kindness” donations to the local community in Chester.
A community health service providing nursing care in the South of England has been praised for its “incredibly open culture” and the way it values staff by inspectors, who rated it “outstanding”.
Mental health nurses were among a group of practitioners who met with more than 700 local residents at Notting Hill Carnival in London last weekend, to offer support to those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.