Nursing Standard editor in plea to PM
The Institute of Public Policy Research think tank say the NHS would collapse without the contribution of EU nationals.
Midwife’s care failings before infant’s death lead to her suspension.
Terminations for vulnerable groups suspended by Marie Stopes in light of Care Quality Commission concerns
Gordon Lees looked back at more than 40 years of activism for the RCN at a talk in London...
Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who was infected with the Ebola virus while volunteering...
Nursing is the fifth most popular subject searched for on the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) clearing website.
'Lack of contact' with mental health services for people who take their own life
Health visitor funding must be protected, says RCN
Nurses who have endured pay freezes and salary restraints deserve to be paid 15% more they...
A small number of places on nursing degrees in Scotland are still available through clearing.
The Trades Union Congress has published guidance to combat racism in the workplace following the Brexit vote.
The charity Macmillan Cancer Support wants the NHS to ensure cancer patients recieve a care plan and are told about potential long term side effects, both from their cancer and their treatment
Increasing the number of nurse peers in the House of Lords would give the profession more political cache.
Nursing's contribution is underestimated because of ‘weak’ research, a leading workforce expert has warned.
The NMC said its latest figures show revalidation has been a success and it is not adversely affecting registrant numbers.
Midwife Comfort Momoh has received a fellowship from the Royal College of Midwives for her work caring for female genital mutilation patients.
Pauline Cafferkey said it is ‘very stressful’ to remain under NMC investigation