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.
Records tumbled at our event in June as nurses decided to put their next career move ahead of the unprecedented summer sunshine
Plan ahead for your next employment move by attending one of our Nursing Times Careers Live events later this year
The chief nursing officer for England Jane Cummings has issued a rallying call to the nurses and midwives of today to help “inspire” future generations of the profession.
Films that once played a key role in nurse training and attracting people into the profession are among a collection of rare archive footage being released by the British Film Institute to mark the 70