If you’ve taken a career break, rest assured there are plenty of opportunities to refresh your skills and knowledge and return to the nursing workforce.
In June 2019, national leaders in the English NHS published an interim people plan.
It is estimated that one in four people in the UK will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives.
Asked to imagine a nurse’s workplace, most will conjure up a mental picture of a busy hospital ward in a large district general.
If you are looking for a career that involves helping people and gives opportunities to constantly learn, then nursing is definitely well worth considering.
Nursing is a profession which offers multiple routes up the career ladder. In fact, the major challenge tends to be knowing which one to choose and quite how to pursue it.
Last week, I received an email from a student nurse wanting to ask the Student Nursing Times community for some advice.
As of the start of this month, “unfair” car parking charges have been completely scrapped at all NHS hospitals in Wales, sparking calls for similar moves in England and Northern Ireland.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has joined the fight against the city’s nursing vacancy crisis by personally urging nurses of the future to embark on a career in the capital.
A first-of-its-kind course teaching nurses how to read an electrocardiogram (ECG) has been launched to address a “skills gap” and potentially save lives.