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Nurse associate role “should be regulated” says HEE chief

The new nursing associate role should be regulated, Ian Cumming, chief executive of Health Education England said, as he revealed details of the new role

Baby’s death will mean national NHS changes, Hunt pledges

NHS 111 staff need more training and the algorithms need to be adapted to better notice sepsis, Jeremy Hunt concluded in light of a one year olds tragic death in Cornwall

NICE issues final guidance for rheumatoid arthritis

NICE recommends that severe rheumatoid arthritis, which has not responded to intensive therapy, is treated with a combination of conventional biological disease modifying drugs

Blog: New Year’s Honours

I have started 2016 in a place I never thought I would find myself – on the New Year’s Honours list having been awarded an MBE for Services to Nursing. Amazing!

Hunt takes a battering over nurse bursaries

Jeremy Hunt, the secretary of state for health, was accused of “idiocy” and making student nurses his next target, in a debate in parliament yesterday

Junior doctors to strike next week after talks breakdown

Industrial action by junior doctors will start next Tuesday, after talks between the British Medical Association (BMA) and NHS England broke down again yesterday

Exclusive: Primary care nurse explains award from the Queen

A senior nurse practitioner will be awarded by the queen for her work in primary care, and spoke exclusively to Nursing in Practice about how it happened

Skincare during the festive time of year

You may or may not have noticed when shopping before Christmas that the shops were full of products and gifts for people’s skin, but have you ever considered what impact these have on yours and your loved ones.

NHS choir battles for Christmas number one

A charity single created by NHS staff is in the running for this year’s coveted Christmas number one spot

Half of Scottish NHS unable to do their job due to staffing

Nearly half of NHS staff (45%) in Scotland believe they are unable to do their job properly due to a lack of staff, the NHS Scotland annual NHS survey revealed