Commons health committee's report on the nursing workforce issues sweeping recommendations, including monitoring of tuition fee changes and action on CPD funding
Nurses and HCAs from all fields and settings urged to share their experiences of caring for people in their final days of life, in joint Nursing Standard-Marie Curie survey
Commons nursing workforce review highlights pressures stemming from training squeeze, student attrition and 'staying late'.
The nursing recruitment crisis is deepening with more vacancies than ever, particularly in areas with high living costs, official figures reveal today.
Organising groups for London march are calling for better funding and an end to all privatisation in the health service
Providing internet-based testing for sexually transmitted infections could increase the number of people being tested, including those in high-risk groups, a study shows
How one tissue viability service is thriving from its prudent hot-desk switch
Training in mindfulness can help reduce stress for university students during exam time, a study finds
Decisive action is needed to address falls in the number of learning disability nurses if ‘catastrophic’ consequences are to be avoided, a consultant nurse has warned after figures showing declines in the discipline
More than 100 nursing students have been trained as 'sepsis champions' to spot the signs of the potentially fatal blood poisoning.
Conservative MP for Lewes and cancer nurse Maria Caulfield criticised for her stand on abortion after promotion in cabinet reshuffle.
New treatments for Parkinson’s disease could be developed from a molecule found in a medicine used to treat tapeworm infections, a study suggests
Jeremy Hunt now also has responsibility for social care
A low-calorie weight management programme could help to put type 2 diabetes into remission, with significant weight loss resulting in lasting remission, researchers say
Staff who feel unfairly treated at work are likely to be off sick more frequently and for longer, underlining the need for fair treatment of employees, researchers say.
Older people’s care can be ‘significantly’ improved across England through better coordination of services, a leading thinktank has said
Nursing Standard straw poll reveals 90% of respondents believe winter pressures are worse than 2016-17
Nurses have demanded the prime minister and health secretary join them on the front line during what many are calling the ‘worst winter crisis’ in NHS history
Now is not the time to call a ballot over pay, the outgoing RCN council chair has told frustrated members.