Staff motivation and involvement are not only good for employee’s health, but saves trusts’ millions of pounds in agency fees, a new report has found.
England chief nursing officer Jane Cummings and Public Health England’s Viv Bennett promoting optimal health via the ‘three Ps’ – Prevention, Protection and Promotion
Technology should be used to enable nurses to know their shift pattern a year in advance, which would help people working under pressure and cut sickness rates, Jeremy Hunt tells the Chief Nursing Officer’s Summit
England's chief nursing officer has called on universities to expand the number of nursing student places offered, as part of her drive to improve nurse numbers
Chief nursing officer acknowledges nurses’ frustration over funding cuts, but says profession should explore other opportunities for development and training
Jane Cummings used her summit speech to promote a new nursing recruitment campaign
Martin Steggall says ‘the acquisition of A-levels isn’t necessarily a good proxy measure for being a good nurse'.
Academic tells RCN Wales leadership summit changes to preregistration education are a start, but further measures are needed to deliver holistic, community-based care
Philip Graf, a law graduate who has held key roles in the media and government regulation, will succeed Dame Janet Finch as chair of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), taking over the post in May
Nurses are going above and beyond to get to work during the snow storm
Nurses have battled against the 'beast from the east' and Storm Emma to reach patients over the last few days despite rail and road travel chaos
A shortage of nurses and a poor culture of reporting incidents is contributing to the low ratings of many children’s services in England, says a report by NHS Improvement
Duchess helps launch Nursing Now campaign with a call for more nurses to be trained worldwide.
A national conversation is needed about death and dying, a leading hospice charity has said
Nurse vacancy rates in England fell in the last three months of 2017 but remain above 10% and are most severe in London, the first official figures on the profession's shortages reveal
Nurses from across the UK have been invited to a reception at Buckingham Palace in March hosted by the Prince of Wales
College president tells Mencap conference that more nurse training in this specialty is urgently needed
Personalised alert cards for patients, carers and family members give specific instructions on care and observations, and have helped reduce serious incidents related to pressure ulcers at a London trust