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Flexible working: NHS Employers wants to hear your views

Nurses are being urged to complete a survey on new culture of flexible working

Apply for grant to research nurses’ mental health and well-being

The Amin Abdullah RCN Foundation Grant was set up in memory of a nurse who died by suicide

Lucy Letby to appeal against murder convictions

Lawyers apply for permission to appeal, following nurse’s whole-life sentence

Recruitment and retention wish list: the changes nurses say would help keep them

And you’ve guessed it… pay, safety, flexibility and career progression among top priorities

‘We’ll move quickly’ to implement Martha’s rule, government confirms

Government pledges fast introduction in England, giving patients access to a second opinion

Preventing nurses’ suicides: new toolkit lists warning signs and how to respond

Nurses are seen at particular risk due to work pressure and fear of letting patients down

NHS pay strike: ‘nurses have no intention of staying silent on AfC disparity’

Date of 48-hour strike set as union ramps up pressure in face of health funding squeeze

NHS winter pressures: why aren’t more nurses at the meeting table?

Roundtable has one nurse representative, prompting criticism that meeting is ‘short-sighted’

Nurse fitness to practise cases still taking too long, report says

Positive work by NMC is highlighted but it is told to do more to address FtP backlog

Call for reforms to ‘critically undermined’ pay review bodies

TUC Congress urges change, including limiting the influence of government

Martha’s rule: nurses could be key in helping patients and families get a second opinion

Ministers are looking at Australian care model that puts nurses at centre of process

Trust seeks £1m to ensure future safe nurse staffing levels

Funds will help cope with rise in demand and prepare for safe staffing at two hospitals

Strike law that could see nurses sacked is reported to UN watchdog

TUC lodges case with UN agency over ‘undemocratic’ law restricting strikes by nurses

Letby may face retrial for six attempted murder charges

Jury was unable to reach a verdict on six charges in initial trial

Man aged 102 to attempt record 17-storey abseil for nursing charity

RAF veteran will abseil down side of Royal London Hospital to raise money for RCN Foundation

Nurse in court for ill-treatment and inappropriate sedation of patients

Catherine Hudson is on trial after a nursing student raised concerns

‘Letby case shows why NHS must empower nurses to speak out when they have a gut feeling’

Nurse whose grandson was cared for by the killer says NHS hierarchy stifles concerns

Nurses’ views sought on improving recruitment and retention

Survey feedback will inform improvements to working conditions and nursing vacancies