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The cost of the tests overseas nurses and midwives must take to work in the UK are being reduced by more than 20%, the professional regulator has revealed.
Maternity staff on the South Coast have “taken a walk in” the shoes of women and families at their trust, in an initiative designed to help understand user and carer experience.
NHS trusts in England must do more to ensure they are properly learning from deaths that occur under their watch, the health watchdog has warned.
Opt-out organ donation bill passed into English law Subscription
An opt-out system of organ donation in England has been passed into law in a historic move expected to save up to 700 lives a year.
A new national hand hygiene policy has been published by NHS England and NHS Improvement to support a “common understanding” among healthcare staff on the issue.
Theatre nurses at a hospital in North Yorkshire will now be caring for patients throughout their whole procedure – from the moment they go to sleep in the anaesthetic room, to the moment they wake up in the recovery room.
A hospital on the Isle of Wight has opened a new ‘dementia lounge’ to provide patients with a therapeutic space where they can spend quality time with family and staff.
Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock has said the public perception of nurses needs to change in order to acknowledge how “highly skilled, highly technical and knowledge-based” the nursing profession is.
The chief nursing officer for England is planning to introduce two new badges designed to reward excellence by nursing staff and teams.
The chief nursing officer for England has revealed that her team will include three deputy chief nursing officers, five regional nursing directors, plus a chief midwifery officer.