Jo Stephenson is a freelance reporter for Nursing Times
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been told it still needs to improve some aspects of basic nursing care, having just been removed from “special measures”.
A websiste designed to boost retention of nurses in the NHS by helping them plan their careers and identify new areas of practice to move into has been launched.
A mental health nurse who attempted suicide after being referred to the regulator is looking for others willing to share their experience of the fitness to practise process as part of a new research project.
Children’s nurses at a leading eye hospital are being trained to use new technology so they can play a greater role in triaging and diagnosing young patients.
Specialist tuberculosis (TB) nurses in Leeds have developed a new care pathway to ensure some of their most vulnerable patients get the all-round support they need, including help to find housing and work.
Nursing staff and leaders at Hertfordshire Partnership University Foundation Trust have been praised for their care and dedication after the trust became one of only a handful of mental health providers to achieve the top inspection rating.
One in 20 places to study nursing were not filled this year, according to a new report that suggests concerns about the cost of study are deterring potential students.
An MP has praised mental health nurses for their “dedication and hard work” after visiting a trust helpline, which receives more than 60,000 calls per year.
Many GP practices are failing to make use of potentially life-saving risk assessment tools that can help catch cancer early on, suggests a new study.
The partner of nurse Kirsty Boden who was murdered in the London Bridge terror attacks has told an inquest how much she loved nursing and that “to her it was more than a job”.