Nurses giving first aid to patients with acid attack burns should follow new national guidance, which has been sparked by a recent increase in assaults, according to NHS England.
Ex nurse Pauline Boye and other stroke survivors will join artists on stage at the Victoria and Albert Museum in the autumn for an event to promote the rehabilitation of people with brain and spinal injuries.
A Welsh health board has been strongly criticised for its failure to consider the dignity and human rights of a patient, who died on a trolley while waiting for a bed at Gwynedd Hospital.
A nursing lecturer from the University of South Wales experienced Cambodia’s healthcare system first hand in July, describing it as “like nothing she had ever experienced before”.
The majority of healthcare professionals view complaints from patients as damaging to themselves and their wider relationships with those they provide care for, according to a UK study.
A Shropshire community hospital has refused a £2,500 donation from a group of men who had raised the money while dressed as nurses.
A ceremony to mark 100 years since the death of Nellie Spindler, a British nurse killed during the First World War, was held in Leeds on Monday.
Welsh hospitals are to introduce a safer and more accurate test for Down’s syndrome for pregnant women, the Welsh government announced today.
Two-thirds of people who complain about NHS treatment on behalf of an older relative do not believe it will make a difference, a survey has revealed.