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Thousands of people have been rejected from nursing associate courses because they did not have the basic maths or English skills required, according to the chief executive of Health Education England.
General practice nurses feel threatened by the introduction of pharmacists into their workforce because of the overlap between their roles, a study has found.
New maternity workforce transformation plan revealed Subscription
Students studying adult and children’s nursing should all be given the option to complete a module in neonatal care, according to education chiefs as part of newly revealed plans to transform the maternity workforce in England.
Mental health nurses at trusts in London are swapping job skills with colleagues in accident and emergency to help both sets of professionals better manage and treat patients with mental health problems.
Plans to create an apprenticeship route into district nursing in England have moved a significant step forward.
Fresh guidance has been launched to help nurses recognise and appropriately respond to harmful sexual behaviour in children.
Matt Hancock has pledged to overhaul mental health support for nurses and other care staff, after a report laid bare the “emotional labour” of working in the NHS.
An official framework for the maternity support worker role in England has been launched in a bid to provide clarity about the post and highlight how the career can be advanced.
A landmark report has highlighted how the true potential of technology to revolutionise the NHS will only be realised though investment in staff training.
HEE hits target of training 7,000 nursing associates Subscription
Ambitious targets to get 7,000 nursing associates into training in the first two years have been met, Health Education England has revealed.