What will the nurse of tomorrow look like?

The Nursing & Midwifery Council has opened up a consultation on the future of nursing education - meaning you can have your say on what the Nurses of tomorrow will look like.

The Nursing & Midwifery Council has opened up a consultation on the future of nursing education. What do you think the Nurse of tomorrow should look like? From hospitals and schools to care homes and the workplace, over…

Nurse struck off after pretending to be an Orthopaedic Surgeon

A Nurse who told his wife and friends that he was an orthopaedic surgeon has been struck off the Nursing and Midwifery Council register.

A Nurse who told his wife and friends that he was an orthopaedic surgeon has been struck off the Nursing and Midwifery Council register. Scrub Nurse Kevin O’Flanagan told his closest friends and family he was an industry-leading…

NHS Prescription fines ‘double in a year’

Fines that are issued to patients in England claiming free prescriptions while not eligible have doubled.

Fines that are issued to patients in England claiming free NHS prescriptions while not eligible have doubled. The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) issued a total of 979,210 fines in 2016-17, an increase of nearly 100%, …

Figures show more Nurses leaving the Profession than Joining

Figures issued by the Nursing & Midwifery Council show that more Nurses are leaving the profession than joining for the first time in recent history. 

Figures issued by the Nursing & Midwifery Council show that more Nurses are leaving the profession than joining for the first time in recent history. The figures issued by the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) show that,…

Three Conservative Nurses Voted Against Scrapping the Pay Cap

In yesterday's vote, three of the five Nurses elected to the House of Commons voted against scrapping the 1% pay cap for public sector workers. 

In yesterday's vote, three of the five Nurses elected to the House of Commons voted against scrapping the 1% pay cap for public sector workers. Three ex-nurses turned Conservative MPs; Maria Cauldfield, Anne Milton and Nadine…

MPs to Vote on Lifting the Public Sector Pay Cap

MPs will, tomorrow, be asked to vote on if the ongoing 1% pay cap for public sector workers should be lifted.

MPs will vote on lifting the public sector pay cap on Wednesday during a debate on the Queens Speech. The Labour party have called for a formal vote on the removal of the 1% pay cap for public sector workers. The vote will be…

The Royal College of Nursing’s ‘Summer of protest’ Begins

The Royal College of Nursing has launched it's 'summer of protest' campaign which calls upon the government to #ScrapTheCap.

The Royal College of Nursing has launched it's 'summer of protest' campaign which calls upon nursing and healthcare staff to stand up and be counted. Nursing and Midwifery Staff started their 'summer of protest' in 30 locations…