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Health secretary invites new CNO’s advice on workforce issues

Nursing leaders welcome signs of close working relationship between Ruth May and Matt Hancock
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RCNi Nurse Awards 2019: deadline for entries extended to 15 February

Don’t miss the chance to celebrate the profession and share innovative practice

Nurses in Ireland stage first of six one-day strikes

Low wages and staffing crisis have forced industrial action, union argues

‘Champions’ take the lead on improving care for refugees and asylum seekers

Programme created by former refugee helps students share information with peers and nurses

RCN publishes updated child safeguarding guidance

College highlights importance of nurses learning how to prevent harm

Study will explore naps for night shift nurses

Research will monitor sleep-wake patterns to find ways to manage fatigue and boost well-being

Government’s plan to scrap four-hour target ‘puts patient safety at risk’

Easing emergency department target sends signal that waiting times don’t matter, RCN warns

Last trust shifts to Agenda for Change pay system

Nurses at Southend trust will now be covered by NHS pay and grading agreement

Loaded words can hinder support for cancer patients, says Macmillan

Terms such as hero and victim are ‘disempowering’ and create pressure to be positive

‘Care is compromised’, one in seven NHS staff tell snapshot survey

Almost half of respondents said there were too few staff on shift to ensure safe care

First nursing associates join NMC register today in England

Health minister Stephen Hammond says their valuable skills will improve patient care

First ever strike by RCN members moves a step closer

College paves the way for Jersey nurses’ strike ballot if fresh pay talks end in deadlock

Figures show only small rise in flu vaccination uptake in England this winter

RCN reminds nurses of their ‘professional responsibility’ to help protect patients

One in three nurses lack awareness of antibiotic-resistant superbug

Survey of nurses in Scotland found misconceptions related to best method of screening

Suicide prevention: involving a patient’s family should be explored, MPs told

Committee hears that issues around information-sharing must be better understood by nurses

Frequent ED attendees could benefit from more specialist and personalised support

Data analysts Dr Foster tracked high-intensity users in England in 2017-2018

Wales safe staffing law plays key role in rising agency spend, report finds

Wales Audit Office also cites lack of NHS pay growth as contributing factor

NHS Grampian prepares to welcome Australian nursing graduates, thanks to NMC rule change

Newly qualified cohort will help the Scottish employer fill band 5 vacancies

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