Jo Stephenson is a freelance reporter for Nursing Times
Nurses in the US are struggling with burnout and many are considering quitting the profession, according to a survey that reveals startlingly similarities to the situation in the UK.
Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust has become the latest NHS provider to offer to pay the “settled status” application fees for any EU nursing staff who want to stay in the UK after Brexit.
Inequalities in access to services for severe mental illness persist in England despite efforts to improve policy and practice, according to new research which found people from ethnic minority backgrounds continue to be worst affected.
A group of 12 nurses and a nursing assistant who have spent most of their careers working for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust are among those honoured for their long service.
Staffing shortages at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust mean nurses are sometimes too hard-pressed to provide compassionate care, according to the organisation’s latest inspection report.
A new study on gender and pay in nursing hopes to shed light on the value and status of one of the most female-dominated professions in the UK.
Maternity staff need more training on how to prevent, identify and treat group B streptococcus infections to stop babies needlessly dying or being left with life-changing disabilities, says a new report.
Aggressive nursing recruitment in poorer nations struggling with their own nurse shortages is “unethical”, according to an international nursing leader who says countries like the UK must try harder to grow their own workforce.
The vision of nursing degree apprenticeships as a realistic and sustainable route into the nursing profession is just a “mirage”, according to MPs who say there are currently “too many obstacles” in the way of making them work.
Shortages of nursing staff continue to be a problem across Scotland, show the latest workforce figures published ahead of a key debate on new safe staffing law.