Two nurses aim to raise awareness of sudden cardiac death.
New pathway to help healthcare assistants train to become registered nurses
One in eight staff at England’s ten ambulance trusts have taken time off due to stress or anxiety in the past year, figures from the GMB show
Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT) passport scheme will mean all cancer nurses in London are trained to same level of competency and can move trusts more easily
The power of social media has been recognised during a week of presentations at a London trust.
A new generation of Nightingale Nurses will be created at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
Four new mother and baby units will open in England to support women with the most serious mental health conditions.
Suicide figures have fallen over the last year, but more than 5,600 people still lost their life in 2016.
Leading nurse and midwife Valerie McGurk, a 2002 Nurse Awards commendee, will fundraise for Cancer Research UK in her retirement.
The 1% pay cap is set to be lifted for police and prison officers, prompting speculation that nurses’ pay may increase too.
Researchers are urging a rethink over the term ‘metabolically healthy obesity’ after linking it with increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
A revised toolkit for school nurses has been published by the RCN.
RCN rally calls for end to 1% pay cap
2,000 nurses expected at Parliament Square rally calling for pay cap to be removed
The Scottish First Minister has committed to lifting the 1% public sector pay cap in Scotland from next year.
Only 30 nurse apprentices will begin university courses this September, well below the 1,000 a year predicted by the government, in a delay caused by funding issues and changes in education standards.
Patients with advanced cancer who present at emergency departments with delirium have a poor survival rate, showing the need for delerium to be diagnosed early, a new study has found.
Bursary aims to address gender imbalance on courses.