Jo Stephenson is a freelance reporter for Nursing Times
Nursing leaders have welcomed a range of fresh government commitments in the ongoing fight against superbugs.
There are lessons for nursing in a new report on why doctors from a black and minority ethnic background are more likely to be referred to the General Medical Council, say regulators.
The Care Quality Commission has asked an eminent clinical psychologist to undertake an independent review of the way it regulated a specialist learning disabilities hospital at the centre of a care scandal.
Nursing and midwifery have one of the highest retention rates in the public sector, according to a new analysis from the Office for National Statistics.
Capital’s nurses feature in film designed to boost recruitmentVideoSubscription
Nurses across the capital have shared their experiences to help inform a short film designed to celebrate and promote the work of nurses in London.
University to celebrate learning disability nursing Subscription
London South Bank University is staging an event to celebrate the 100th anniversary of learning disability nursing, which will be hosted and led by people with learning disabilities.
Evidence on nurse staffing levels and the impact on patient welfare has increased dramatically in the last two decades.
Intensive care patients may be undergoing unnecessary tests because they are suffering withdrawal symptoms from being unable to smoke or get their regular coffee fix, according to a new review of research evidence.
The creation of an “enhanced apprenticeship” is one of the solutions being considered by Health Education England to address a desperate shortage of learning disability nurses, which risks harming some of the UK’s most vulnerable people.
Spending on agency nurses and midwives has shot up by more than 10% in Scotland in the past year, according to the latest workforce figures, which also show an increase in nursing vacancies.