Gemma Mitchell's stories
Nurses will be asked to prescribe online therapy sessions as a first port of call for children with mild depression, if new guidance is approved.
With the first qualified nursing associates entering the workforce this month, Professor Geraldine Walters, director of education and standards at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, has answered some key questions about the new role.
Senior nurses are not considering a career in academia because they will get better pay working for the NHS, according to a leading nursing professor.
The workforce chapter of the NHS Long Term Plan was the “most difficult” to create and had to be rewritten five times before approval, health minister Stephen Hammond has said today.
Health leaders should endeavour to dispel “myths” about the nursing associate role before introducing it into their workplace, according to new guidance.
The ruling council of the Royal College of Nursing has now been fully rebuilt in the wake of a historic vote of no-confidence in the former leadership.
A senior nurse has spoken of her excitement about returning to her roots to help launch a new mother and baby unit (MBU) in East Anglia.
A senior nurse has been recognised by hospital inspectors for going above and beyond her call of duty to help a young patient regain her confidence after falling off a horse, as they rated her trust as “outstanding”.
England’s new chief nursing officer, Dr Ruth May, will be among a panel of experts developing the NHS workforce implementation plan, it has been confirmed.
More must be done to enable midwives to deliver sexual and reproductive healthcare “to their full potential” to vulnerable women and girls caught up in humanitarian disasters, according to new research.