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A leading nursing academic is among 50 of the UK’s leading figures within health and biomedical science to have been made fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
The meltdown of the Royal College of Nursing last year was “traumatising” but has opened the door for a “rebirth” of the organisation, its new president has told Nursing Times.
A leading nursing academic from King’s College London is to be recognised for her contribution to research by the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau.
Nurse leadership is ahead of the rest of the NHS in reflecting the gender of its workforce, but concerns remain that nursing’s perception as a “female” profession means it does not get the attention it deserves.
A decision by the Royal College of Nursing to leave the International Council of Nurses could have “profound effects” on the profession worldwide, a group of senior nurses have warned.
Anne Marie Rafferty: 'Each and every one of us must take responsibility for our actions'Subscription
The Francis report can only go so far, the real test will be what we do when nobody is looking, says Anne Marie Rafferty
Hospitals are not using early warning systems to identify deteriorating patients, despite evidence they can help reduce hospital death rates.
We talk to the head of the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London, Anne Marie Rafferty, who has been a nurse for almost 30 years.
As a sometime historian, I might be forgiven for the sense of deja vu listening to the hysteria surrounding the move to degree entry for nurses. What is it about nurses and degrees that polarises opinion?
Nursing directors should be actively explore the adoption of a US accreditation programme that recognises excellence in nursing care, according to the lead nurse piloting the scheme in the NHS.