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Reminder for nurses after claim of prying into Kate’s medical notes during hospital stay

Health minister cautions nurses after newspaper reports attempt to access princess’s records

Discrimination in NHS: report reveals ‘glacial’ pace of change

Figures also show level of bullying or harassment of black and minority ethnic female nurses

Community nurses’ missing money: why staff continue to be denied their ‘backlog bonus’

Health minister urged to honour pledge to NHS-contracted staff as new financial year looms

Nurse struck off for altering patient’s notes after death

Fitness to practise hearing finds Helen Powell deliberately misled the Coroner’s Court

DNACPR: nurses need training to improve vital conversations

Scenario-based training and guidance on end of life conversations is needed, says report

Flexible working: how nurses will benefit from change in law

The flexible working request changes that will come into force in April

Surge in nurses fleeing England lured by better pay, conditions and lifestyle

Number of nurses seeking jobs overseas jumps fivefold, driven by cost of living pressures

NHS pay review process ‘in dire need of reform’

Nuffield Trust also says nurse-doctor pay gap is one of largest among comparable countries

NHS Staff Survey: nurses lift lid on working in health service

Latest survey results highlight burnout, sexual harassment and pay dissatisfaction

Restraint urged on nurses’ pay after ‘generous’ award last year

NHS pay body is told budgets are ‘extremely constrained’ for 2024-25 pay offer

Shorter working week for NHS nurses in Scotland

Nursing staff on Agenda for Change contracts can also request a review of their band 5 role

Suspended: school nurse who looked up family’s medical records ‘out of curiosity’

Nurse, who had a history of similar misconduct, would need ‘serious’ supervision in future

Red card bans for abusive patients and relatives in hospitals

Essex trust’s campaign aims to protect staff as incidents of physical and verbal abuse rise

Nurse spots signs of stroke and helps save colleague’s life

Sharon Woods acted swiftly when stroke ward colleague Caroline Swan experienced one herself

Breathtaking: TV COVID drama ‘too real to watch’ for some nurses

ITV series described as authentic depiction of the trauma front-line nurses experienced

Martha’s rule roll-out: how nurses will be involved

New rule gives patients and families access to urgent second opinion if concerned about care

NMC register fraud investigations: nurses to face hearings soon

Panels will examine cases of people suspected of gaining fraudulent entry to UK register

NHS racism: staff fear being branded ‘troublemakers’ for raising race concerns

Nurse Michelle Cox says black and minority ethnic staff need to feel valued and included