Issue : June 2018
View all stories from this issue.
There have been encouraging improvements in nursing care in hospitals but people with mental health conditions continue to report worse experiences, according to the latest national inpatient survey.
Nurses have been “overlooked and under-utilised” in hospital antimicrobial stewardship programmes (ASPs), according to US researchers.
Student nurses come from all kinds of backgrounds and range in age from school leavers to more mature students.
Have you entered our new workforce awards?Subscription
Nursing Times has launched a new set of awards to accompany our inaugural Workforce Summit event that is focused on looking at solutions to the current nurse staffing crisis.
Midwives must respect a woman’s decision not to breastfeed her baby, says the Royal College of Midwives in a new position statement on the hotly-debated topic.
Diane Hull has been appointed as the new chief nurse at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, with a brief to help improve the mental health provider.
About 900,000 children and young people in the UK experience continence difficulties.
High tech treatment of open leg wounds is no better than using regular dressings, new research suggests.
Union members have now spoken, with the majority voting in favour of the pay offer that will see Agenda for Change staff receive 6.5% over three years.
Student NT editor Desiree Deighton reflects on the positive impact health professionals can have on patients and families.