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Toolkit helps explain valproate risks in pregnancy

Healthcare professionals urged to give female patients booklet on medication used to treat...

BBC TV documentary series celebrates nursing in the NHS

In the second episode, celebrity Myleene Klass and her mother Magdalena, a nurse for 40...

Nurse’s new poem honours bravery of Somme soldiers

Molly Case teams up with Royal British Legion to release spoken word video marking centenary...

Scotland facing nursing 'retirement boom'...

The number of nurses set to retire in Scotland over the next decade has risen, sparking...

Consultation opens into NICE guidance on end-of-life care for children

Guidelines stress the importance of communication and age-appropriate ways of chatting about...

Call for employers to help test controversial nursing associate role

Health Education England looks for partnership sites across England where organisations will...

Better access to practice nurses cuts emergency asthma treatment

University of East Anglia research found most A&E admissions for the condition are...

UK awards launched to recognise healthcare support staff

Skills for Health and the National Skills Academy for Health have launched the Our Health...

Clarity needed on status of EU staff working in the UK, King's Fund warns...

King's Fund sets out five key issues for NHS following EU referendum result.

Nurses falsified emergency waiting times ‘under orders’

NMC panel finds serious misconduct, but won’t take further action because there was a...

Mary Seacole statue unveiled at London ceremony

Culmination of 12-year campaign to recognise Mary Seacole’s work during the Crimean War

RCN calls for lessons to be learned from Bristol review

Review of children's cardiac services criticises unstable nursing leadership and poor...

Unison joins calls for government to abandon bursary cuts

Unison survey finds 72% think bursary should remain.

Nurse resigns with 'I quit' cake...

US nurse Sara Childers gave notice in icing

Nurses could help reduce 'unnecessary' end of life treatment...

Non-beneficial care at the end of life could be reduced by nurses providing more treatment...

Halt 'high risk' student bursary proposals in light of Brexit, RCN urges...

College responds to government consultation on funding

Mary Seacole statue to be unveiled after 12-year campaign

Campaigners have raised more than £500,000 for statue commemorating nursing pioneer Mary...

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