Career and workforce news
Trusts providing mental health services should be set new targets to improve staff retention rates, according to a group of MPs who called for urgent action to boost the mental health workforce.
Healthcare assistants now account for almost three in 10 of all nursing team roles in NHS trusts in England and their numbers are increasing at nearly four times the rate of registered nurses, according to a new study.
London is now the only region in England to have a majority black and minority ethnic (BAME) nursing workforce, it has been revealed.
Prospective student nurses should be warned about the challenges and demands of the job before choosing to pursue the career, according to a new report by Health Education England.
A passionate nurse is celebrating after becoming what is believed to be the youngest lecturer in the country – just 15 months after graduating from the university herself.
The government has been forced to defend its decision to scrap bursaries for nursing students in England, after a petition calling for the grants to be reinstated attracted widespread support.
Almost two thirds of nurses think the NHS will deteriorate after Brexit, according to a new YouGov poll.
A chief nurse embroiled in a whistleblowing investigation at an acute trust is leaving her post, it has been revealed.
Nursing leaders have today vowed to fight against government plans to double the fee migrant nurses and their families must pay to use the NHS.
Healthcare leaders in the UK must have a voice in the Brexit negotiations due to the expected impact on workforce, an expert on global nursing policy has warned.