Six nurses who have clocked up 170 years of loyal service between them are among staff honoured by their trust
Nurses, midwives or healthcare assistants – not just RCN members – are eligible to apply for help from Lamplight Support Service.
UK nursing leaders have praised 'dedicated and compassionate' nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants who will be on duty over the Christmas period.
Infection experts are encouraging nurses to ensure they have a flu vaccination to protect patients and colleagues.
Nurses from Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity helped decorate a Christmas tree to celebrate the Duchess of Cornwall becoming its royal patron.
Pressing ahead with clinics' closures before launch of online service to part-replace them is putting public's health at risk, says RCN.
Short film offers insight into working at Royal London Hospital – Europe's biggest trauma centre.
Aftermath of London terror attacks and Grenfell: 89% of nurses involved did not seek psychological support
Survey found staff turned to colleagues rather than seek professional help.
A severe shortage of specialist staff means people with cancer are facing delays in receiving a diagnosis and accessing treatment, MPs warn.
Children’s brain development is at greater risk if their mother was obese before becoming pregnant, a study shows
Professional Standards Authority takes case to High Court after NMC rules nurse acted in self-defence when he punched a vulnerable patient.
Being married may help stave off dementia, while those who lose their partner or remain single are at greater risk of developing symptoms, researchers say
Health visitors in England fear falling numbers could be putting children’s lives at risk, a new survey reveals.
Older people with poorer health than their peers are more likely to have weaker muscles and experience a decline in muscle strength and gripping ability more quickly, a study shows
Persuading more nurses and other NHS staff to have the flu vaccination could dramatically reduce overall sickness absence rates, a study shows
More funding for nurses' continuing professional development will be found, according to the chief of England's national workforce body
The Nursing and Midwifery Council says more than 4,000 nurses and midwives have expressed interest in joining its register following an overhaul of English language requirements for overseas nurses.
Regulator says nursing associates will be subject to the same processes as nurses and midwives, so proposes they pay the same £120 yearly fee to register