Issue : April 2018
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The ever-marching progress from the Nursing and Midwifery Council in expanding the role of the qualified nurse is the biggest thing to happen to nursing since it became a degree-level qualification.
Outstanding student nurses and their educators have been celebrated today at a glittering ceremony in London.
The World Health Organization has toughened its stance on baby formula milk in new breastfeeding guidance for staff at maternity and newborn services.
Who is going to step up to the plate?Subscription
Managing the nursing workforce often feels like plate spinning. You need to focus on attracting people coming into the profession while keeping hold of those you already have.
Louisa Davies considers the difficult decisions that health professionals may have to make when considering a child’s care.
Who are our heroes and villains for April 2018?Subscription
Do you agree with our choice for this month’s hero and villain?
A case study highlighting how failing to meet the requirements of a supported practice plan led to a nurse finding herself the subject of a Nursing and Midwifery Council’s fitness to practise hearing
Student nurses and midwives in Wales will continue to receive a bursary in 2019, the country’s health secretary has confirmed.
A major campaign to get NHS staff to encourage patients to change from their pyjamas into clothes and get up and moving around is being supported by the most senior nurse in Wales.
'We are stronger together than apart'Subscription
The increasing number of clinical staff moving into management roles shows nurses shouldn’t be intimidated by making the transition from beds to boardroom.