Independent Federation of Nursing says proposed longer breaks for nurses on Glasgow hospital’s dementia and mental health wards could affect care and increase patient aggression
The Royal College of Midwives has called for increased investment in maternal mental health services in response to a survey of more than 2,300 mothers
Macmillan Cancer Support has called for ambitious action from Health Education England to plug workforce gaps and reduce pressures on existing clinical nurse specialists.
A national audit found 43% of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients are readmitted to hospital at least once within 90 days of discharge, compared to 33% in 2008
RCN analysis figures show nurses with RCN representation are more likely to have no sanction brought against them at Nursing and Midwifery Council fitness to practise hearings than those without representation.
Figures released by Cancer Research UK have highlighted potentially bad lifestyle factors causing rising cancer rates in women.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust is consulting on changes to its public health nursing service...
Staff at a nursing workwear company are planning bike rides, fun runs and bake sales to raise £10,000 for nurses in hardship.
Academics are to explore whether 'culturally aware' robots could help care for older people in future.
RCN Northern Ireland director Janice Smyth has said nurses are ‘under extreme stress’ in response to the latest emergency waiting time figures.
Head of charity Papyrus says staff must take the first step
Research is needed into the relationships that protect people against suicide risk, says mental health expert
A study commissioned by Cancer Research UK has found that nurses do not frequently speak in multidisciplinary meetings relating to cancer care.
The latest national lung cancer audit found insufficient numbers of patients are seen by lung cancer nurse specialists.
Hospital staff lack confidence and knowledge to care for people with mental health conditions, warns report
Hospital staff often lack the knowledge or confidence to care for people with mental health conditions appropriately, according a major new review.
A report commissioned by Macmillan Cancer Support has called for a basic education framework to improve the knowledge of healthcare professionals working with older people with cancer.
Counsellors ‘massively under-report’ clients at risk of harming themselves
Expert on suicide prevention tells conference to stop ignoring victims of bullying.