A partnership of GP practices is funding two-year master's programmes to train nurses
Being a Macmillan nurse in any setting can present challenges – but when you are based on the Outer Hebrides, your journey to see a patient could include a ferry or a plane trip
How nurses can help girls improve their understanding of periods
Researchers in Australia believe they may have come up with a new role for nursing students in helping to tackle the rising number of violent service users in emergency departments.
Nursing handovers between shifts on cancer wards have traditionally been badly organised and unproductive, says nurse researcher Lena Sharp.
Through surveys and interviews, and following in Woody Allen's footsteps, Macmillan Cancer Support want to highlight the importance of discussing death and dying with family and friends.
A group of cardiac experts and campaigners on the Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest steering group says that not enough is being done to cut the number of people who die following cardiac arrests
Learning disability nurses are struggling to do their jobs properly because of inadequate staffing, however the level of ‘overall engagement’ is rising, suggesting buoyancy in the face of crisis, according to the 2016 NHS Staff Survey.
A study carried out by the Nuffield Trust and the Health Foundation has analysed whether the demand for emergency care of children and young people has changed over the past decade.
Recent guidelines have stated how the use of animals can improve the mental well-being of patients who have long-term conditions.
Michelle McKidd reveals how her unusual role, which spans hospital, community and social services, is breaking new ground in delivering palliative and end of life care
Many shifts could remain unfilled after restrictions on NHS staff doing agency work are introduced, early survey results suggest.