Category list : NHS Grampian
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Child-sized, gender-neutral versions of Scotland’s national nursing uniform are at the heart of a new project designed to challenge public perceptions about the image of the profession.
A birth centre in Scotland has reopened after successfully tackling midwife shortages.
Concern has been aired over the ongoing closure of a birthing centre in North East Scotland due to severe midwife shortages.
Two wards for dementia patients have been temporarily closed by NHS Grampian due to nurse shortages.
Robert Gordon University has appointed a new nursing professor and specialist in gerontology with over 20 years’ experience working in healthcare education.
Stewart Donnelly has been elected as the new chair of the Royal College of Nursing’s Scottish board.
Five specialist nurses visited London this week with some of their young patients to celebrate HRH the Duchess of Cornwall becoming the royal patron of Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.
A charity is working with health boards in Scotland to recruit specialist nurses for a new outreach service designed to ensure all teenagers and young adults with cancer get help and support.
Spending on agency and bank nurses and midwives in Scotland has increased by just over 5% to £166.5m this year, official workforce data has revealed.
US nursing students on an exchange visit to Scotland have highlighted the work of NHS community nurses, a workforce they say is lacking at home to the detriment of patients.