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Nurses will work to reduce demand for GP appointments in south west England

Nurses and other healthcare professionals will work to cut GP appointments in the West...

Nurses will be 'vital' to success of new plans to reform NHS...

Involving nurses in new controversial plans to reform England's health and care system will...
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Finalists revealed for the Community Nursing category in the RCNi Nurse Awards 2017

RCNi Nurse Awards 2017 showcase innovation, talent and skill across the nursing profession.

Queen’s Nurse title set to return to Scotland after almost 50 years

A development programme will enable 20 community nurses to use the title.

Nurses among EU workers lobbying MPs over right to remain in UK

Nurses, social workers and teaching assistants will be among European Union (EU) workers...

Nurses join team of experts set up to help under pressure GP practices

Royal College of General Practitioners has created a service to support GP practices.
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Tickets on sale for RCNi Nurse Awards

Secure your place at this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards, the profession’s top accolade.

Reports of FGM are being made daily, says NSPCC

Reports of female genital mutilation (FGM) are being made daily and sometimes concern babies...

‘Nurses should resist passport checks for overseas patients’

A nurse has called on health professionals to boycott a new requirement to check patients’...

Many older people not receiving basic care, says Age UK

Hundreds of thousands of older people are not receiving the help they need to get out of bed...

STP plans could hit community nurse funding in rural areas, leading nurse warns

RCN deputy president says community nursing will be put at risk unless funding is...

Walking could boost quality of life in patients with advanced cancer

Nurse-led study suggests that encouraging walking among patients with advanced cancer could...

'Nurses who smoke should lead by example and kick the habit'...

Nurses who smoke should lead by example and quit to help the wider public kick the habit, a...

Dual roles proposed to boost practice nurse numbers

Dual roles and better student placements could help address practice nurse shortage, says...

School nurse investment could tackle rise in sexually transmitted infections - RCN

Urgent investment in school nursing could tackle the rising the number of sexually...

RCN says NHS plans could see cuts to hospital beds and community services

Plans to transform the NHS in England could lead to cuts in hospital beds and community...

Hundreds attend RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair

More than 700 nurses attended the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair at Manchester United’s Old Trafford...

NHS being held together by superhuman staff – Robert Francis

Health service only functions because of ‘superhuman’ efforts of staff, says Mid Staffs...

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