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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-...

Nurses' dismay as Jeremy Hunt stays on as health secretary ...

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt keeps his job in a surprise move by new prime minister Theresa...

Robots could instruct nurses, scientists claim

Robots could instruct nurses, scientists claim

EU nurses are welcome in Wales

EU nurses are welcome in Wales

Vulnerable older people paying price for lack of integrated care

CQC report highlights need for improved coordination of services

Call for better sex education for smartphone generation

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

MPs launch inquiry into winter pressures for emergency departments

January 2016 was one of the busiest months on record for emergency departments in England

Protesting nurse becomes symbol of Black Lives Matter movement

Photograph of American nurse Leshia Evans, who was later arrested, was shared around the...

Matron urges rethink on heart surgery centres

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

Thousands raised for nurse killed in fire

Colleagues and friends of Alan Phillips have raised money for his funeral

'Clear and present danger' to patient safety as NHS prioritises budgets over...

NHS staffing levels will have to be cut at the expense of patient safety if the government...

At-risk children not listened to, report warns

CQC says health and social care staff must work more closely with police, schools and courts...

Burnt out nurses at risk of PTSD, research reveals

Third of US intensive care nurses have symptoms of severe burnout, warn researchers

Funding fears over post-registration training

Funding fears over post-registration training

Safe staffing levels should be decided locally

Decisions on staffing need to be made locally and not be ruled by ratios, says new guidance

New national whistleblowing guardian is appointed

Henrietta Hughes, a practising GP and NHS England medical director, has been appointed to...

Nurses offered reassurance following Brexit vote

NHS Trusts have reached out to staff to offer assurances that they are valued following the...

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