After a difficult winter, the Care Quality Commission has published some recommendations for emergency departments on maintaining safe, high-quality care despite additional pressures
Fathers can feel left out and stressed when their newborn is in a neonatal unit, but a new guide is now available to help
A new report published by Alzheimer’s Society suggests dementia care has got worse leading to a rise in emergency admissions
NHS Improvement publishes 'organisational diagnostic' framework to help senior nurses assess leadership, culture and operational processes
As the number of people with multi-morbidity continues to rise, we must change our approach to give whole-person care rather than treating conditions in isolation
Children can find health services hard to access, but a new set of standards aims to change that
The prime minister’s promise of a long-term funding settlement will not solve the crisis those working on the front line are experiencing now
Investment in social and intermediate care is essential to meet NHS England's goal of decreasing the number of emergency admissions by 2020, say health experts
Bacterial meningitis: why symptoms are not as straightforward to detect in infants under three months
Leading research contends that over-reliance on classic fever symptoms by healthcare professionals may lead to missed diagnoses
English audit reveals 90% of patients either improve or maintain their independence after an episode of care
Cancer Nursing Practice has been talking to nurses to find out how cancer services are being hit by funding and staffing shortages.
In January, the House of Commons' health committee published its inquiry into the NHS workforce. Although a ten-year workforce strategy is being actioned, figures show 16.3% of learning disability posts in England are now unfilled. So how can workforce pressures be eased?
In January, the House of Commons health committee published its inquiry into the NHS workforce. Although the number of children's nurses has gone up, figures show 10.9% of posts in England are now unfilled. So how can workforce pressures be eased?
In January, the House of Commons health committee published its inquiry into the NHS workforce. Although the number of hospital nurses had gone up, figures show 11% of posts in England are now unfilled, which is having catastrophic effects for nurse leaders. So what are the answers for a greater retention strategy?
In January, the House of Commons health committee published its inquiry into the NHS workforce. Although the number of hospital nurses had gone up, the number working in social care is falling behind, despite the need for them. So what are the answers needed for a greater workforce strategy?
In a recent study, a whopping 70% of emergency department attendances on Friday and Saturday night are alcohol related. NHS England, in response, is relooking at the use of drunk tanks as a permanent fixture
A twins and multiple births report reveals regional variations in care, but how much can be read into the differences?
NHS England has reached the halfway mark since it published its five-year cancer strategy in 2015. Shining a light on recent events, how far has the NHS come and is the strategy still on track?