The Press Association
A former nurse who became a high profile hospital trust chief executive has been given a 16 month suspended jail term, after she had pleaded guilty to fraudulently paying her husband more than £11,000.
A former hospital trust chief executive with a background in nursing faces jail after she pleaded guilty to fraudulently paying her husband more than £11,000.
Nurses from the European Union may soon be required to take a test proving they are suitably equipped to speak English before working in the NHS.
Nurses are set to gain more opportunities to develop new skills in general practice and other community roles as part of a £10m investment to recruit more GPs.
A class of 30-year-old HIV drugs could in future be used to prevent a common cause of incurable blindness, scientists believe.
Parents are being urged to vaccinate their toddlers against flu to protect them from severe illness this winter.
An unregistered nurse is reported to have worked as a deputy manager at a Scottish care home, which was the focus of an investigation in 2012.
One in five children born in the UK at the beginning of the new century was obese by the age of 11, the latest evidence from a long-term study has suggested.
Obesity and excess weight cause almost half a million new cancer cases each year worldwide - and almost two thirds occur in the developed countries of North America and Europe, a study has shown.
The millions of people at risk of vitamin D deficiencies should have better access to supplements, according to new guidelines.