Practice nurses should target women from more deprived areas to attend for cervical cancer screening, latest study results suggest.
Sir Michael Parkinson to speak at RCN CongressSubscription
Broadcaster and journalist Sir Michael Parkinson is to address delegates at this year’s RCN congress, the college announced today.
More than a third of all cancers could be prevented by following healthy patterns of diet, exercise and weight management, according to a new report from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).
Endoscopy nurses 'equal' doctorsSubscription
Nurses are just as effective as doctors at performing diagnostic endoscopies and delivering outpatient clinic follow-up after the procedure, say UK researchers.
Mental health nurses need more training on how to deliver sexual health education to people with serious mental health problems, say UK nurse researchers
Instant patient feedback improves careSubscription
Hand-held devices that allow patients to give instant feedback on their care can lead to significant improvements in services, evidence has shown
Nurses in England are to receive specialist training in how to care for people with dementia as part of a national strategy, the government said last week
A nurse-led community IV therapy service at a trust in Cheshire has saved the NHS over one million in just three years.
A significant number of people don’t have the basic skills required to provide emergency first aid, new survey results suggest
NICE will tell nurses not to blame a patient who is failing to take prescribed medications in a bid to improve compliance rates, Nursing Times can reveal.