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Many UK healthcare professionals still “panic” when they come across a case of female genital mutilation (FGM), according to a leading specialist midwife who has called for improvements to training and services.
Senior nurses across the NHS have been invited to attend a first-of-its-kind training programme to learn about safe and effective workforce planning.
Nominations are now open for the inaugural round of a new award launched in tribute to a London nurse who took his own life after being unfairly sacked.
The boss of one the largest NHS trusts in the country has apologised after an independent investigation found a nurse who took his own life after being sacked was treated unfairly.
A mental health nurse who has encouraged men to open up about their feelings and a leading equality campaigner are among a fleet of inspirational nursing and midwifery professionals feted in the Queen’s birthday honours list for their outstanding contribution to their profession.
Nearly half of women are unaware of the correct way to wear a seat belt while expecting a baby, a survey has indicated.
Treating venous leg ulcers by taking swift action to destroy or close faulty veins can significantly improve the chances of healing, according to a new study.
The chief nursing officer for Northern Ireland and an award-winning research nurse are among five new trustees appointed by the RCN Foundation.
Nurses may sometimes be having to pay over £1,000 a year to park at their place of work, according to new data revealed under a Freedom of Information request.
Senior nurses at a major London trust that has been piloting the use of vital signs devices say it will now adopt it ”more widely”, after seeing the technology help improve the workload of its nursing staff.