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University admissions: nursing student applications in England continue to fall

RCN says one third fewer nursing student applicants in England since tuition fees replaced...

RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2018 lines up leading speakers from...

Resilience, changing nursing roles and financial challenges will be discussed at an...

Royal College of Midwives issues guidance on anonymous voter registration for abuse...

Midwives can help keep people who have experienced domestic abuse safe by ensuring they...

NMC freezes registration fee despite loss to finances and fall in registrants

Nursing and Midwifery Council approved the fee freeze when deciding on its budget for the...

Male nurses promoted quicker than females

Gender gap in speed different sexes move bands

Volunteer scheme provides company at end of life, and food parcels for discharged...

Compassionate Inverclyde project is funded by donations and local support

NHS Providers warns of toxic health service culture and worsening patient experience

New report paints bleak picture of emergency department waiting times, standards of care and...

RCNi Learning teams up with the Priory Group to develop nursing skills

RCNi is to provide education and professional development for nurses working for a leading...

Children and young people struggle to access mental healthcare

Fewer than one in ten get the support they need, according to YoungMinds survey

NHS workforce strategy fails to address staffing needs in the community – QNI

Workforce plan requires ‘sharper focus on education of community and primary care nurses’

RCN backs opt out organ donation, following survey results

The RCN is now backing an opt-out system for organ and tissue donation following a survey of...

Specialist nurses under growing pressure to help patients with disability claim benefits

Survey shows 90% of MS nurses help patients make benefit applications, often in their own...

NHS retention: more needs to be done to retain new wave of nurses

Too much emphasis has been placed on retaining nurses eligible for retirement rather than...

Government set to announce 3,000 extra midwifery training places

Jeremy Hunt will also pledge that pregnant women will be treated by the same midwives...

Care home nurses set to benefit from on-site pharmacists

Nursing and care home staff have welcomed plans to introduce on-site pharmacists to help...

Pay deal: what nurses say

Mixed reaction to three-year pay offer of 6.5%

Developing students into 'leaders of the future' is critical for nursing,...

Developing leadership opportunities for nursing students at the beginning of their journey...

Pay to finally increase – if deal is agreed across England

Nurses in England are set to see minimum pay rises of 6.5%, rising to as much as 29%

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