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Progress on safe staffing sparked by the Mid Staffs care scandal and its ensuing inquiry has been stunted by nurse workforce shortages and financial constraints, a major review has warned.
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.
The president of the Royal College of Nursing has revealed that she was bullied during her first clinical placement as a student nurse.
A director of the only nurse-led general practice in the UK has signalled that more such surgeries could be on their way.
The nursing associate apprenticeship standard has been updated to align with the expectations of the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The architect behind a new national congress for student nurses has said this group of people has a “big voice” that often goes unheard.
The president of the Royal College of Nursing will today hit out against those who still doubt the need for nurses to go to university – revealing how her degree has opened the door to a wealth of opportunities.
The amount of money nursing homes can claim from the NHS to cover essential registered nurse care will increase by 4.7% next financial year, the government has announced.
Digital and data experts are to join national cancer and mental health policy teams at NHS England to help them make the best use of technology.
NHS organisations must take more responsibility for protecting the mental health of their employees rather than relying on the personal resilience of stressed staff, workforce experts have warned.