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International students’ effect on the UK labour market is to be assessed by independent migration advisors.
Nurses are missing special family occasions as they take on work in bars and extra shifts just to make ends meet.
'Lower staffing levels put patient lives at risk'
Nurses have expressed support for fundraisers whose donations were rejected by an NHS trust because their fancy dress nurse outfits were ‘demeaning’.
Nurses and midwives are being reminded that they should get themselves to a place of safety in the event of a terrorist attack.
Unison says nurses who commute could quit
One in four medical students claims to be teetotal, and only one in 10 drinks more than the recommended maximum in an average week, research has found.
Extra nursing training places promised by the government have been made available for students receiving their A-level results today.
Outgoing RCN professional lead for mental health Ian Hulatt approves of high profile figures discussing mental health, but wants the public to know that we no longer just need mental health awareness, we need services.
NHS staff are being reminded about the potentially serious consequences of prying into patients’ records after a healthcare assistant (HCA) accessed medical information on 29 people.
Practising nurses are being urged to use their experience to help shape the future of nursing education.
Doing the Chinese exercise tai chi improves balance control and flexibility in older people and may help prevent falls in older and at-risk adults, an analysis of research has found.
Nurses on the Isle of Man are set to receive a 2.5% pay rise following an arbitrated agreement with unions.
Reforms that give more powers to case examiners and the option of agreeing ‘undertakings’ with a registrant come into effect on 28 July.
Pregnant women with vitamin D deficiency are more likely to have children with poorer motor development, a study has found.
Shape of Caring review author Lord Willis says employers need to find ways to attract people to the profession and retain staff.
The government is pledging an extra £21 million for cyber security across the NHS in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware attack.
Mobile phone use alters people's gait and approach to obstacles, say researchers.