Category list : Nurse uniforms
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Midwives in the country of Burkina Faso are now making use of uniforms donated by a hospice in Wiltshire
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.
Thousands of extraordinary images of nurses delivering care before the NHS came into being have been made available to the public online to mark 70 years of the service.
A care home provider in the West Country has unveiled a new uniform to standardise the appearance of nursing staff, following consultation with its workforce and stakeholders.
An 84-year-old nurse has just retired from her job in Devon, after clocking up a 66 years’ service for the NHS – thought to make her the country’s oldest and longest serving member of the profession.
Hospital nurses and health professionals could soon be wearing uniforms brushed with tiny copper nanoparticles to reduce the spread of bacterial infections and viruses, according to researchers.
A new burgundy tunic is to be rolled out across Scotland for all band 8 nurse managers and above who are working in clinical settings, ministers have officially announced.
Requiring nurses to wear scrubs with antimicrobial properties does not prevent bacterial contamination from occurring, according to a US study.
A team of mental health nursing staff at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust have opted to start wearing uniforms again more than 10 years after they originally discarded them.
Support for US nurse criticised over hair colourSubscription
Thousands of people around the globe have expressed their support for a young nurse who was told her rainbow-coloured hair was not a suitable look for someone in her profession.