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Study of how doctors recognise imminent death could help inform nurses’ judgements

There's scope to develop the whole multidisciplinary team’s expertise, says Marie Curie UK

‘Nurses need to know clear referral pathways for domestic abuse cases’

Many people won’t call the police, but will visit an emergency department, charity says

Decision to increase immigration health surcharge is ‘morally bankrupt’, RCN says

Fee for using NHS for nurses from outside the European Economic Area will double to £400

Trusts will be forced to show how they respond to staff concerns over patient safety

Health secretary announces new legislation prompted by Gosport report

Boost to community care funding must include more money for district nursing, urges RCN

Prime minister promises £3.5 billion a year by 2023-24

Written English test could soon be easier for overseas nurses to pass

NMC proposes a lower pass mark for written language test

At breaking point: nursing students tell MPs of their money struggles

Health minister Stephen Hammond promises to write to the RCN this week

Nursing students lobby MPs over investment in nurse education

Students hope to influence policymakers as part of RCN campaign to secure funding boost

High demand in summer will mean even greater winter pressures, says RCN

Trolley waits in emergency departments this summer indicate the increased strain on NHS

Nurses who donate blood are urged to keep their appointments in the run-up to Christmas

Blood stocks can drop in festive period as donor bookings are missed or cancelled

Nurse restored to register after alcohol misuse says ‘it should be easier to get help’

Kenneth Brady was struck off by Nursing and Midwifery Council for six years

RCN Wales Nurse of the Year: award for nurse who took action to boost sepsis education

Teaching package supports community staff to excalate concerns about patient deterioration

RCN Wales appoints new interim director

Helen Whyley, a nurse who advised government on safe staffing levels, replaces Tina Donnelly

View nurses’ jobs as an investment, not a cost, governments are told

Nurse-led care should be the norm for non-communicable diseases, report states

‘We need a people’s vote to ensure deal works for nurses and patients’

Brexit challenges pose an immediate risk to safe patient care, RCN warns

RCN announces new president and deputy president

Anne Marie Rafferty and Yvonne Coghill will take up their posts on 1 January

How a ‘real’ nurse’s uniform for children could help banish the old stereotypes

Nurse leader wants to end profession's gender bias, starting with the dressing-up box

Red dot campaign aims to get people talking about pressure ulcer prevention

NHS Improvement launches its winter campaign as part of #StopThePressure

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