Category list : Northern Ireland
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Nurse shortages in Northern Ireland are now a “public safety issue”, Royal College of Nursing leaders in the country have warned, as they also seek to ramp up pressure for better pay with a potental ballot on industrial action.
Nursing and midwifery leaders in Northern Ireland have called for urgent investment in perinatal mental health services to address the “gross inequality” facing mothers in the region.
Two measures designed to reduce the incidence of cancer have been announced today by the Department of Health in Northern Ireland.
Nurses from England, Wales and Scotland are standing up in “solidarity” with their colleagues in Northern Ireland as tensions rise over pay.
More than 6,000 nurses were attacked at work in Northern Ireland last year, new figures reveal.
Maternity services in Northern Ireland are under pressure, as births to older mothers continue to rise, a union report has warned.
A leading sexual health nurse in Northern Ireland has been awarded an honorary fellowship from a college for her work in an important area of care “often viewed as a taboo”.
A review of urgent and emergency care across Northern Ireland’s hospitals has been announced by the province’s Department of Health.
A powerful case study of a nurse has been used to demonstrate the potential of new guidance launched to help employers in Northern Ireland spot warning signs of abuse.
A pay deal for nurses in Northern Ireland has been put on the table following a threat of strike action.