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Tough penalties proposed for nursing students who cheat

Government proposes new guidance for universities and penalties for students who use essay...

‘Beware risk of replacing nurses with nursing associates’

Leading nurse academic’s warning over new nursing associate role.

Nurses will be 'vital' to success of new plans to reform NHS...

Involving nurses in new controversial plans to reform England's health and care system will...

Nurses among EU workers lobbying MPs over right to remain in UK

Nurses, social workers and teaching assistants will be among European Union (EU) workers...

‘Nurses should resist passport checks for overseas patients’

A nurse has called on health professionals to boycott a new requirement to check patients’...

Nurse steps into ring for charity boxing match

A nurse is rising to the challenge of her life by swapping the hospital ward for the boxing...

Exclusive: new figures suggest widespread abuse of adults with learning disabilities

Thousands of adults with learning disabilities in England may have been sexually abused in...

RCN says NHS plans could see cuts to hospital beds and community services

Plans to transform the NHS in England could lead to cuts in hospital beds and community...

Hundreds attend RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair

More than 700 nurses attended the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair at Manchester United’s Old Trafford...

NHS being held together by superhuman staff – Robert Francis

Health service only functions because of ‘superhuman’ efforts of staff, says Mid Staffs...

Marie Curie launches resource for front line staff caring for people with a terminal...

A free online resource will help nurses and others without expertise to provide palliative...

Nursing Standard-Marie Curie survey

Take part to be in with a chance of winning M&S vouchers

Major new survey seeks nurses' experiences

Nursing Standard and Marie Curie want to hear from you

Gender stereotypes may be putting children off a healthcare career

Primary school children are more likely to identify a woman as a nurse and a man as a...

Fall in nursing degree applications

The number of nursing degree applicants in England has fallen by 23%

Nursing associates begin training at University of Derby

Students at the University of Derby have embarked on their studies to become Nursing...

'Government burying head in sand on pay'

MPs warn the NHS cannot afford to lose the goodwill of nurses

Nurse academic collects OBE from Prince Charles

It was a proud moment for nurse academic Ruth Northway when she collected her OBE from...

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