Emotional stories and discussions of best practice were heard alongside an announcement on standards at the Learning Disability Practice Conference 2017.
Improved training for community palliative care should be a priority, in order to make life more comfortable for the growing number of older old people, researchers have said.
NHS Improvement confirms ten incidents of incorrect or hasty infusion of total parenteral nutrition resulting in severe harm to babies, but says there could be hundreds more cases
London, the south east and Northern Ireland could all face huge workforce issues after Brexit, a new report suggests.
Serious mental health conditions are not fully understood by the public, the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCP) has said.
A new preceptorship framework for nurses working in London has been launched by the Capital Nurse programme.
Regional advisory networks for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) issues are to be established in England in a bid to increase understanding of local concerns.
Nominee says nursing is about more than just technical skills.
A mental health guide for the provision of services to help vulnerable migrants has been launched by the charity Mind.
Cancer nursing could be moving towards a UK standard of practice, with nurse training being aligned to the same competency framework.
Tobacco smokers are twice as likely to develop a debilitating skin disease, research suggests.
Event raises awareness of sudden cardiac death.
One in 12 deaths could be prevented by half an hour’s exercise on five days of the week, researchers have claimed.
Nurse and health visitor numbers in England fell by 1,071 in a 12-month period, latest data from NHS Digital revealed.
Wearing health and fitness tracking devices can have a negative effect on children of secondary school age and make them feel extra pressure and stress, researchers say.
A computer algorithm can identify patients at risk of colorectal cancer by checking their records, reducing the need for invasive tests to detect it.
A way of measuring quality of life following cancer treatment to be trialled in a bid to improve care
A shortage of specialist neonatal nurses is being linked by the RCN to the varying regional outcomes for babies found in a new audit.