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A specialist nurse has been awarded for her work in “transforming lives” in her career and wider community.
Midwives from Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust are celebrating achieving a prestigious “baby friendly” quality mark for the third time.
Nurses around the country celebrate International Nurses’ DayVideoSubscription
Nurses from around the UK have been celebrating 2018 International Nurses’ Day in a number of different ways. Here are some examples of what people are doing to mark the annual event.
A new online resource has been developed in the North West to help clinicians, parents and children themselves with a range of information about allergies.
Nursing directors and their trusts have been urged to think about whether they can do more to improve clinical staff retention rates, especially for nurses and mental health workers, with the launch of a new tool.
A long-standing and respected trust chief executive has warned that patients could die due to unsafe staffing levels unless action is taken on a national scale across the health service.
A bereavement nurse who supported families in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena bombing was among those chosen to accept a Women of the Year Award on behalf of all women serving in health, ambulance and police services across the UK.
A healthcare assistant put his lifesaving training to good use after successfully performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation while on holiday – despite “having some cocktails”.
A nurse who treated a victim of the Manchester Arena terrorist attack in May has been thanked by members of the royal family as part of an event for staff who cared for victims.
A design agency and hospital trust have apologised after two nursing recruitment adverts were used in error that went on to attract heavy criticism on social media for being sexist.