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A company offering healthcare-specific English language tests for nurses has seen a “phenomenal” increase in candidates since the exam was recognised by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Thousands of extraordinary images of nurses delivering care before the NHS came into being have been made available to the public online to mark 70 years of the service.
A group of nurses from across the UK will attend the royal wedding next month representing the children’s charity WellChild, it has been announced.
An infection prevention specialist nurse from Yorkshire has been given a national award for her work to encourage influenza vaccination among her trust’s staff ahead of last winter.
Young people who have had cancer can suffer with severe exhaustion for months or even years after their treatment has ended, according to new UK research.
The senior nurse at the UK’s leading heart and lung hospital has said nursing staff “really deserve” the royal title being given to the organisation, following their “fantastic contribution” over the years.
Staff at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge can now get a range of nutritious snacks and lunch options thanks to a new cafe designed to promote healthy and drinking.
An NHS trust in East Anglia has brought in a new recruitment initiative that covers the cost of overseas nurses’ examinations, but has abandoned plans to increase its “golden hello” payments for UK nurses.
Wearing silk clothing offers no additional benefit for children who have moderate to severe eczema, despite previous suggestions to the contrary, according to UK researchers.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been recommended to leave the “special measures” regime by the Care Quality Commission, after it was rated as “good” in its last inspection.