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Thousands of nurses in Northern Ireland staged a 12-hour walk-out on January 8 in a longstanding dispute over pay and safe staffing. This was after a similar strike by 9,000 nurses on December 19 had brought no resolution.
Ethel Gordon Fenwick was the pioneer of the movement for professional registration for nurses.
What are nurse unions? Should you join a union? What are the pros and cons of nurse unions?
A nurse who rapped a spoof of a famous...
Popular actress Emilia Clarke was announced on March 14 as First Ambassador for the global Nursing Now Campaign.
In the United Kingdom, a quarter of nursing students drop out of their courses, and it seems that similar or higher drop-out rates occur across the world.
How often do we stop to think about how healthcare support workers help to make our lives as nurses, and those of our patients, easier?
A “Rest, Rehydrate, Refuel” campaign has been launched by the Royal College of Nursing in the United Kingdom.
The nursing union warns more than 3,000 foreign nurses, including Filipinos, outside the European Economic Area (EEA) to return home under new immigration rules.