Almost 60% of nurses feel stressed all or most of the time, according to an exclusive Nursing Standard survey with the Sunday Mirror and the Sunday People.
New guidelines published by NICE look to improve standards of care in cancer diagnoses.
Many NHS trusts give staff opportunities to share difficult experiences. Now these structured sessions are being introduced to universities in the hope of reducing student attrition and building resilience.
Nurses should ask dying adults about their spiritual beliefs and cultural preferences, new guidance says.
In the build-up to the introduction of revalidation in April last year, many nurses worried about how they would cope with the new system and some predicted it would drive people out of the profession. But 12 months on, the picture is largely positive.
Our clinical update on new NICE guidance on tackling antimicrobial resistance.
Current NHS pressures are recreating the circumstances that led to disastrous failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust, according to the nurse brought in to turn the hospital around.
Using technology to manage cancer symptoms at home should be the focus of research, say oncology nurses.
A nurse has admitted misconduct after failing to attempt to resuscitate a care home resident she believed was dead.
Graduating nurses in the UK will be given limited prescribing powers, according to the Nursing and Midwifery Council's draft education plans as seen by Nursing Standard.
Mental health nursing should retain its specialty undergraduate course, an independent workforce review has found.
Read our clinical update on a new children’s continence pathway.
Almost half of hospitals in England are not meeting mandatory food and drink standards, according to a new report.
Mental health nurses are concerned about decreasing opportunities for long-term supportive relationships with patients, a major workforce review has found.
More than four out of ten nurses and healthcare assistants (HCAs) have received no training in end of life care, a survey by Nursing Standard and Marie Curie has found.
Two thirds (67%) of nurses think they have too little time to provide high quality care to dying patients, a Nursing Standard and Marie Curie survey has revealed.
Life expectancy rates for patients who have myeloma, which affects areas of the body where bone marrow is active, are improving.