Child abuse inquiry urges nurses to help survivors tell their stories

An independent inquiry into child sexual abuse is looking to nurses for support in bringing...

War on attrition: government tackles drop-out rates on nursing courses

Health Education England has been told to reduce drop-out rates by 50%.

Online market for buying nursing degree essays bigger than ever, academics warn

Nursing Standard investigations find cheating a growing concern and dozens of websites...

Changes to fitness to practise process starting to pay off for the NMC

Plans to speed up the lengthy process for fitness to practise (FtP) hearings and reduce the

Nurse flu jab drive underway

The annual drive urging nurses and other healthcare staff to have their free flu vaccination

Nurses count cost of car parking charges

NHS car parking charges hit the headlines again this month, as figures revealed a third of

Training and knowledge in transgender issues being left to chance

Just 13% of nurses feel prepared to meet the needs of their transgender patients, according

Exclusive: Half of nursing directors in England, Scotland and Wales in post for less

More than half of all directors of nursing in England, Scotland and Wales have been in post

Does new NMC rule protect reputations or is it a ‘mockery of transparency’?

Allegations against nurses and midwives will no longer be available for public scrutiny...

RCN warns 'pay restraint must end'

College makes case to review body

FGM remains a hidden crime, say MPs

Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a hidden crime and a ‘national scandal’, MPs warned

Mounting pressures on district nursing

Kings Fund report shows quality under threat

Toxic race equality climate persists in the NHS, RCN warns

Short-term initiatives 'fail to deal' with discrimination against black and minority ethnic...

Emergency in emergency care?

The RCN and Department of Health are among those to respond to Commons Health Committee

Worries remain over future of specialist nurse courses

Some fear training could fall short if undergraduate specialists are weakened by changes

Our survey reveals noise still a problem on wards

Find out how nurses are tackling the problem

Momentum building over possible tax rebates for nurses

Momentum is starting to build among nurses to claim back significant tax and national

Kate Granger and her lasting legacy

A simple message of patient care and understanding