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A leading nursing professor is to leave her post at King’s College London to join the University of Surrey.
NHS must value its nursing staff, warns reportSubscription
The NHS must do more to look after and listen to nurses, according to the authors of a report that highlights the link between happy staff and patient welfare.
The numbers of nurses actively choosing to leave the profession has jumped 26% since the coalition government came into power, Nursing Times can reveal.
A leading nurse researcher has been appointed to the board of a charity aiming to transform the experience of UK health and care services for patients and staff.
Nurse leadership is ahead of the rest of the NHS in reflecting the gender of its workforce, but concerns remain that nursing’s perception as a “female” profession means it does not get the attention it deserves.
Nurses must be better supported by the NHS, as their experience directly impacts on their ability to provide good patient care, according to a leading nursing academic.
Enhancing the wellbeing of staff at work not only improves their life quality for but also the quality of patient experience, according to leading UK nurse researchers.
CNO to review safety of 12-hour shiftsSubscription
The impact of 12 hour shifts on patients and staff is to be reviewed by NHS England as part of its plan to implement the chief nursing officer for England’s national nursing strategy.
Levels of satisfaction and wellbeing among NHS staff have a direct impact on patients’ experiences of healthcare, according to a major study by leading UK nurse researchers.
Nursing research celebrates landmarkSubscription
A host of leading nurse academics gathered last week to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the National Nursing Research Unit, the only unit of its kind in the country.