Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has launched the first specialist female genital mutilation clinic in Wales.
The Royal College of Nursing has welcomed a £9.7m investment in Swansea’s neonatal and post-natal services, which was announced by the Welsh government.
Nursing staff who are pioneering the use of 24-hour “nurse-filled” antibiotic pumps say the approach has transformed the lives of patients and saved tens of thousands of pounds.
Leaders at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have spoken out against the “unprecedented” level of abuse that nurses and doctors have endured over the tragic case of Alfie Evans.
Regular “leadership rounds” where senior hospital managers meet frontline nursing staff to discuss infection control, can help improve practice and boost patient safety, according to a new US study.
Recent opioid use is associated with both an increased risk of falls in older adults and also an increased risk of death, warn Canadian researchers in the wake of a large study.
A London trust and its nursing director have found themselves at the centre of unwanted publicity, after it was widely reported they had “banned” patients from wearing pyjamas during the day.
Around 3,000 nurses and other NHS staff at a hospital in Norfolk are facing increases to their car parking charges that a union has claimed threatens to wipe out the proposed NHS pay rise.
New bundles have been launched by a hospital trust with the aim of supporting new parents after the birth of a so-called “rainbow baby”, in the wake of a previous bereavement.
Healthcare assistants are being expected to do the work of registered nurses without adequate training or proper supervision, according to survey results released by a union.