Career and workforce news
New council members have today been elected for the Royal College of Nursing after previous representatives were forced to step down by a vote of no confidence.
A group of 12 nurses and a nursing assistant who have spent most of their careers working for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust are among those honoured for their long service.
Staffing shortages at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust mean nurses are sometimes too hard-pressed to provide compassionate care, according to the organisation’s latest inspection report.
NHS nurses in England will be able to access free taxi rides to and from work over the festive period.
Staff shortages leave home care sector 'fragile' Subscription
“Relentless” staff shortages have left the home care sector struggling, researchers have warned.
A new study on gender and pay in nursing hopes to shed light on the value and status of one of the most female-dominated professions in the UK.
Efforts to raise the profile of nurses in England are being ramped up with a new rebranded campaign.
Health Education England is holding out an olive branch to NHS employers concerned about previous cuts to their budgets to upskill their nurses and midwives.
More money must be injected into developing the next generation of respiratory nurses to replace those preparing for retirement, according to experts who warned of a looming workforce “crisis”.
A new clinical nurse specialist role has been created at one of the largest acute trusts in England to offer “vital support” for brain tumour patients as part of an innovative charity initiative.