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Top nurse appointed to help turn around Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Leading nurse Elaine Inglesby-Burke has been announced as the new chief nurse at Pennine...

Spate of measles outbreaks at music festivals sparks MMR plea

Measles cases at summer festivals prompt Public Health England to issue vaccination reminder

Nurses urged to apply for £10,000 leadership scholarship

Florence Nightingale Foundation leadership scholarships are open to applicants. Aspiring...

Forum for children and young people's nurse academics launched...

A new group has been launched to provide a strong and unified voice for academics working in...

'Sugar-bag baby' returns to work in unit that saved her life ...

A paediatric nursing student is carrying out her placement at the same neonatal ward where...

Video of nurse using Taylor Swift song to teach handwashing goes viral

Clip demonstrating hand hygiene technique has been viewed more than 600,000 times across the...

Maternity clinic for survivors of rape and sexual assault opens

A maternity clinic for survivors of rape has opened its doors at the Royal London Hospital.

Fundraising nurse gets garden makeover from Alan Titchmarsh

Rosie Mitchell has raised £1.7 million for the paediatric intensive care unit at Southampton...

£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...

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

Nursing bursaries will be scrapped from next year

Consultation and protests fail to change ministers' minds

Health warnings issued as temperatures soar in England and Wales

Public health bodies have provided advice on staying well during hot weather

Nurses and parents should collaborate to prevent deterioration in children's health

Launch of national resource for recognising and responding to young people at risk of health...

District nurses and midwives among UK's top ten most accident-prone drivers

Healthcare professions made up all the top ten most likely occupations to have had an at-

Robots could instruct nurses, scientists claim

Robots could instruct nurses, scientists claim

Call for better sex education for smartphone generation

Terrence Higgins Trust report says current teaching is 'unfit' for modern life

Matron urges rethink on heart surgery centres

Leicester unit told it can no longer perform children’s heart operations has some of the...

Funding fears over post-registration training

Funding fears over post-registration training

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