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Extra nurses tackle staffing crisis at failing emergency department

The number of nurses on shift is being increased at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS...

Emergency department calls for volunteers to knit ‘Twiddlemuffs’

Hospitals appeals for volunteers to knit woollen muffs for dementia patients because it can...

NHS 111 service found ‘inadequate’

Failure to run the NHS 111 service adequately has led to South Western Ambulance Service NHS...

Year-round pressure ‘the new normal’ in NHS

RCN highlights unprecedented burden in recent months and concern over lack of capacity

Children should be taught CPR to save lives

Showing children how to administer CPR 'will save time, money and lives' - congress

RCN members call for mandatory training on domestic abuse

All health care workers should receive training, delegates at congress agree

Seven-day GP surgery pilot leads to fall in A&E visits

Fewer older people visit A&E as government trial seven-day GP surgery service

Senior nurse faces allegations of fixing A&E waiting times

Misconduct hearing for associate director accused of falsifying records

New organ donation law saves lives

Soft opt-out system has increased number of organ donations in Wales

Plan to drop NMC midwifery committee 'could affect patient safety'...

If government proposal goes ahead, regulation will largely be determined by another...

Tribute paid to British children's nurse killed by shark...

Nurse Doreen Collyer was passionate about her job and teaching

Nursing professors' YouTube video highlights the psychological effect of diabetes...

Research can help patients cope with the disease, say nursing academics

Volunteering plays key role in community-focused care

Do not underestimate volunteers' contribution to care, says chief nurse

Nursing lecturers step up strike action over pay

Academics to work to rule over ‘insulting’ pay offer

Vivienne Westwood joins protest against plans to scrap nursing bursary

Dame Vivienne spoke to hundreds of protesters at a rally outside the Department of Health in...

NSPCC highlights paucity of infant mental health services

Charity calls for more support for babies and young children in care to prevent mental...

Without bursary, two thirds 'would not have chosen nursing'...

Most nurses believe proposed loan and fees system will lead to drop in student numbers and...

Extravasation campaign aims to highlight best practice

NHS trust launches online survey to record and learn more about intravenous medication...

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