Tom de Castella
Nursing campaigns featuring smiling staff holding cut out hearts are undermining the way society views nurses, a veteran US health journalist and writer has warned.
The care minister for England, Caroline Dinenage, has promised to fight to get the voice of community nurses heard in government.
New voluntary standards have been published for the education and practice of community children’s nurses.
Community nurses should never underestimate the shame that men feel about discussing their weight and wellbeing, a new report argues.
Staff involved in the care of a patient with an eating disorder should place greater emphasis on how they coordinate treatment with one another, according to new guidance.
The number of new nursing students starting courses in England has fallen by more than 500 for the new academic year, official figures show.
New RCN film to celebrate safe nurse staffing law in WalesVideoSubscription
A film celebrating Welsh nurses’ historic campaign to make safe staffing legally binding has had its premiere in Cardiff.
Social care staff should be classified as skilled workers to avoid a staffing crisis after Brexit, a care providers group has warned.
A former nurse who is now a prize-winning novelist has said the nursing profession needs to change the way it’s perceived.
Putting on too much or too little weight during pregnancy has a negative impact on the child that can be observed when they reach the age of seven, a new study argues.