Tag: United Kingdom
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.
The great diversity in nursing is displayed in this powerful video which is part of the largest ever recruitment campaign launched by the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom in its 70-year history.
The United Kingdom announced recently that it was excluding doctors and nurses from the Tier 2 visa cap which applies to skilled workers from outside the European Union.
The message of the value and need for nurses has also come through clearly over the past year in worldwide initiatives, reports, and statements by world and healthcare leaders.
A “Rest, Rehydrate, Refuel” campaign has been launched by the Royal College of Nursing in the United Kingdom.
A student nurse who had a near-death experience after doctors failed to recognize the signs of sepsis wants to use her experience to raise awareness and help save lives.
Patients’ level of satisfaction with their stay in hospital is closely linked to registered nurse staffing ratios.
One in four nurses in the UK was found to be obese, according to a recently published study.
For the first time in history the number of nurses on the register had dropped year on year.
Foreign nurses who wish to register in the United Kingdom now have options besides the International English Language Test System (IELTS) to demonstrate proficiency in English.