Health unions are urging the public to follow the lead of several celebrities and get behind their campaign for fair pay for nurses and other NHS staff
The UK’s most senior nurses and the nursing regulator are encouraging the profession to “speak up” if they feel unsafe at work amid the latest surge of Covid-19
More overseas-trained nurses are being invited to join the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s emergency register, as part of “immediate action” to help the workforce deal with the latest Covid-19 surge
Nurses on the island of Guernsey, who had been threatening to strike over pay before the coronavirus pandemic hit, have been handed a 5% wage increase for 2021
Nurses in the NHS will have to wait until at least May next year for the pay rise they have been promised by the government
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.