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Burnt out nurses at risk of PTSD, research reveals

Third of US intensive care nurses have symptoms of severe burnout, warn researchers

Pressure on nurses at 'inadequate' North Middlesex ED exposed by CQC...

Nurses had to take on doctors' roles at understaffed emergency department

Organ donation opt-out law is saving lives in Wales

Number of transplantations has almost trebled this year

New career pathways developed for emergency nurses in Northern Ireland

Framework will provide continuity of training and skills.

College backs domestic abuse awareness training

RCN will lobby for mandatory domestic abuse awareness training for healthcare staff

RCN calls for children to receive CPR training

Children across the UK should learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to equip them to...

Infirmary appeals for Twiddlemuff knitters

Woollen muffs help dementia patients relax

Watchdog warning boosts nurse numbers at one emergency department

Trust takes on staff to avoid action being taken by the Care Quality Commission

Seven-day GPs reduce emergency department attendances

Extended GP services have had an impact

Policy briefing: Leading Change, Adding Value

Ten commitments in new nursing and midwifery framework explain how staff can transform...

Better access to practice nurses cuts emergency asthma treatment

University of East Anglia research found most A&E admissions for the condition are...

UK awards launched to recognise healthcare support staff

Skills for Health and the National Skills Academy for Health have launched the Our Health...

Nurses falsified emergency waiting times ‘under orders’

NMC panel finds serious misconduct, but won’t take further action because there was a...

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

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