Analysis

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Why the four-hour wait target in EDs should stay in place

Despite failing to meet waiting time targets, patient safety remains a priority

Review of 2018: The pay deal creates fallout and nurse leaders bow out

We look back on the year’s events, from a controversial pay rise to a vote of no confidence

Wider health service 'must take ownership' of emergency department problems...

Access to GP services and social care is worsening, CQC report finds

Mental health

Is the ED the right place for someone experiencing a mental health crisis?

Government pledges major funding in mental health provision in emergency care

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The ambulance service bringing care closer to home

Following Lord Carter’s review, NWAS NHS Trust is trying to reduce avoidable admissions

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Will a change to the law on violence against emergency workers stop assaults?

Emergency nurses need training to deal with aggressive patients, experts say

What does high turnover in nurse director posts really mean for the profession?

With Nursing Standard research showing trend remains unchanged, experts consider the impact

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Making a safe space for victims of knife crime

Emergency departments call on youth workers to help deal with traumatised victims of assault

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England’s trauma care network proves its worth

Report finds that setting up major trauma centres in England has saved 1,600 extra lives

RCNi launches interactive decision support tool created by nurses for nurses

Evidence-based resource aids clinical decision-making at the bedside

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Emergency nurses expected to help ensure organ donation opt-out succeeds

NHS Blood and Transplant will need the help of front-line staff after change to legislation

Top tips for maintaining a safe emergency department during times of high demand

After a difficult winter, the Care Quality Commission has published some recommendations for...

Poor dementia care taking its toll on emergency system

A new report published by Alzheimer’s Society suggests dementia care has got worse leading...

Nurse training targeted to reduce suicide rate

Initiative aims to cut suicides by 10%; funding focused on eight hotspots

How new laws on paramedics prescribing drugs could help emergency nurses

Health chiefs says the changes could have a beneficial impact when treating time-critical

Emergency admissions – why targets to reduce them are not being met

Investment in social and intermediate care is essential to meet NHS England's goal of...

'999 Club' aims to reduce children's fears of emergency departments

A recently-launched initiative gives children a flavour of what goes on in emergency

Exclusive: The threats to safety faced by nurses who work alone

Nurses who work alone are subject to a multitude of dangers

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