Tagged: nursing

Clinical academic research: take your career to the next level

A new video which highlights the positive impact of training clinical academics on patient experience and for the NHS is now available on the NHS Careers website.  The video features three clinicians, two nurses and an AHP, talking about their … Read more → – Clinical academic research: take your career to the next level

Next generation nursing and midwifery to free up more time for patients

The Prime Minister and Health Secretary today set out plans to invest £140 million so that NHS nurses and midwives can spend more time with patients, not paperwork, and provide safer care. £100 million will be offered to the NHS … Read more → – Next generation nursing and midwifery to free up more time for patients

Strengthening The Commitment: The Report of the UK Modernising Learning Disabilities Nursing Review

An expected rise in the number of people with learning disabilities means the nursing workforce will need to adapt, according to a new report published today. The report aims to ensure that people with learning disabilities of all ages have … Read more → – Strengthening The Commitment: The Report of the UK Modernising Learning Disabilities Nursing Review

International Nurses Day – ideas and inspiration

12 May 2012 is International Nurses Day and a great opportunity to celebrate nursing, our successes and achievements. Around this date, many nurses will be involved in events and activities, going out into the local community and talking about their … Read more → – International Nurses Day – ideas and inspiration

The personal touch for healthcare

Having the freedom to make choices about our health is something we all value and is a key principle of the transformation of the NHS. But when complex care is needed, an individual relies on the support of carers, local … Read more → – The personal touch for healthcare