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Pokémon Go players urged to avoid emergency department

Emergency department is focal point for smartphone game craze

£1.7 million nurse training suite will 'mimic' real hospital wards...

The University of Salford's new simulation suites will be used to train nursing students and...

Nurses help improve ambulance handover times

Dramatic improvement in A&E wait times

Assaults on healthcare staff

300,000 assaulted in past five years

Sepsis 'as urgent as a heart attack', says NICE guidelines...

New NICE guideline urges nurses and other healthcare staff to be vigilant of early symptoms

5,700 new cases of FGM in England

Nurses and midwives must report suspected cases of female genital mutilation

Film spotlights signs of sepsis in children

Story of actor Jason Watkins and wife Clara, who lost three-year-old daughter Maude to...

Ebola nurse receives honorary degree

British nurse Will Pooley has received an honorary degree from the University of Essex for...

French nurses tell of aftermath of lorry attack

French president François Hollande praised 'exemplary' healthcare staff.

MPs launch inquiry into winter pressures for emergency departments

January 2016 was one of the busiest months on record for emergency departments in England

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

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